Do you have a little furry cat-friend? Then, you surely need to provide it with a convenient pet carrier (especially, if you like traveling and what to take your cat with you). Every cat owner knows that it is quite a challenge to travel with a cat because this pet can hardly keep calm during the journey. Luckily, there are now a lot of different cat carriers that will allow you to travel with your friend without problem But what carrier to choose from a great variety of options? In this blog, we will provide a brief description of each type.
Standard cat carriers can exist in both soft- and hard-sided versions and can be any size. If you opt for the first kind of carrier, you should consider its size and weight limits for your pet to feel comfortable inside. However, if your cat is rather large and heavy, this option will not be a good one because it will not provide the necessary stability.
Wheeled carriers are perfect for those who travel at long distances with a pet. Your arms will not get tired. Plus, your cat will not feel jostled around too much and will feel much better. Nonetheless, you should not forget to check the airline’s carrier requirements before you travel because some companies forbid to take huge-sized carriers on board.
Do you enjoy jogging or walking for a long time but your cat is not up for this activity, you should consider buying a pet stroller. While a dog really needs a lot of exercising to keep fit and healthy, a cat can prefer a carrier instead. If you cycle, you should opt for a sports carrier that can be attached to the bike.
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