Pet Carrier Disposable
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Rating: 4

Can Be Used As a Hideout, Too

posted 6 years ago

These cardboard carriers are good for transporting your newly adopted pet home from the shelter. After that you'll need to invest in a good sturdy carrier for trips to the vet, etc. Another use I've found for this type of carrier is as a hideout for my foster kittens. I fold the flaps inward - they will stay in place - set the box on its side and tuck a small fluffy towel inside. A couple of kittens can curl up safe and secure - and once they're feeling more confident they can lounge on top, too.

Pros: Inexpensive, disposable

Cons: Not for long term use

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Mary P.
Rating: 2

Beter than nothing

posted 6 years ago

i don't recommend these only in emergency situations. Your cat will be somewhat uncomfortable while riding this and its dark. Only made out of cardboard so its not the safest or most reliable carrier out there.

Pros: is cheap, will contain kitty until you get a plastic one

Cons: close quarters and dark

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