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Would Your Cat Fall For This?

Most kitties I know aren't jumping for joy at the sight of the carrier . . . leaping away is more like it. After all, this presence can be a sure signal of vet time and you may end up with battle scratches after the struggles out the door. Now the principle of this alternative carrier is simple: It doubles as a bed — let your cat get cozy in the bottom part whenever you want and, when it's trip time, simply attach the hood and trap kitty inside.
Coming in three colors — yellow, blue, and red ($38–$40), can you see this carrier working for your finicky feline (or small pooch)?

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raveness raveness 5 years
my cat is way to smart to fall for tricks.
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 6 years
no, my cats never use the regular beds I give them so I doubt they would even hop into this one. And if they did, they would surely leave once I tried to close it up on them
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 6 years
If I had an animal that didn't like to go in a carrier, I would use it, but my cat LOVES to go in any box, even cat carriers..
stellaRuby stellaRuby 6 years
My cats are pretty cool, so I think this would work great.
buzzlightgirl buzzlightgirl 6 years
If my cat even sees the carrier from afar, he will run. No way, no how!!
blackswan blackswan 6 years
I think this is actually a good idea. You can lift the cat and place them into the carrier opposed to tricking them into it.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 6 years
I voted never, just because my pets are car-friendly.
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