Pet Collar & Leash Set – TSA Fast Pass®

TSA Fast Pass Leash, Collar & Id Tag

Brand:TSA Fast Pass®

Collar with plastic clasp D-ring

Leash with plastic hook

Weight: 0.25 LBS



Product Description

Cat Collar Leash, Small Dog Collar Leash for traveling in cabin of airplane.

Take the hassle out of In-Cabin Pet Travel and you and your pet can FLY through Security Check Points in a Single Bound with our NEW TSA Fast Pass Leash, Collar and ID Tags. Our Fast Pass Collar & Leash Guaranteed to not set off metal detectors, making pat downs and private screening rooms unnecessary. Available in Black.


  • Super Fast Hassle Free Airport Inspectionscat on leash
  • Guaranteed not to trigger alarms
  • No invasive pat downs
  • No Hand Wand Scanning
  • No Private Screening Rooms


  • Easy Secure Snap Buckle – NOT a BREAKAWAY
  • Adjustable
  • Fits Cats & Dogs
  • Soft yet Durable
  • Plastic D Rings
  • Each set comes with Collar, Leash and ID tag
  • Award Winning Design


SIZE CHARTCat in Collar on Leash


Small neck


• collar = Adjusts from 7″-10″ long x 5/8″ wide


Large neck


• collar = Adjusts from 11″-14″ long x 5/8″ wide

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6 Responsesso far.

  1. Hi,

    I was wondering if a calming collar (with pheromones) is a good idea for long flights overseas.
    Please advise.

    Thank you,

    • Hi Carol, I think I would have to say collar… very little if any restraining is needed you can just slip around the neck while they are relaxed and snap together. The harness you will have to hold the kitty under her tummy and set her legs into the harness then snap. So more restraining is involved with harness although minimal.

    • Hi Carol, It really depends on what you are using it for. But if your cat has never had on a harness then it will take time. Sometimes a lot of time and patience. If you have a small size tshirt like for a puppy you can try that on your kitty for training. Let her wear it for short times and then remove. Once your kitty walks with it on and you can get her to jump up on the couch etc. then you know she is ready for a vest harness. If you have no time or she completely will not acclimate to the tshirt then the collar is probably best. But remember nothing is 100% escape proof for cats so be sure you do not take your skittish kitty outdoors hoping to have 100% control of her.