A cat carrier should allow enough space for your cat to stand without crouching and be able to turn around. If you’re going farther then your local vet’s office, make sure your cat’s carrier can accommodate food and water bowls. Some plastic carriers have these built in on the top of the cat carrier, which is definitely handy. But if you don’t have the funds to get a state-of-the-art cat carrier, remember to allow space for whatever travel-sized bowls you’ll be using. You do not, however, want your cat carrier to be excessively large either. Try the Goldilocks method and choose a cat carrier that makes your cat feel cozy and safe while traveling.
SturdiBag small is a compact and light weight cat carrier and has been tested to safely carry up to 30 pounds but is best suited for cats and toy breed dogs up to 10 pounds. Whether it is used on a plane, in the car, or for carrying, your cat will be comfortable and safe in this carrier.
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Before your cat will learn to love his cat carrier, he will hate first hate you for confining him inside a box. Thus, introduce him to the carrier way before you decide to shove him in. Throw in some healthy treats inside and place the carrier in a room where he can freely explore it for himself. In no time, your cat will treat his carrier as his very own safe haven.
Instead of merely carrying your feline pet in your arms or letting it run alongside of you, there’s an easier and simpler way for pet transportation – cat carriers. Various cat carrier sizes can be bought from online shops and nearby pet shops to give cat owners like you a lot of choices.