Keep-A-Critter
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Rating: 4.5

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Keep-A-Critter is a cozy critter environment and convenient critter carrier. Specially designed lid includes a pop out opening that can be removed for inserting a universal water bottle.
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Jen F.
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Rating: 5

We have lots of these

posted 5 years ago

With children who like to catch almost anything that moves - these are great to have. We have them in all various sizes.

Pros: Many uses

Cons: The top doors break easily

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Wpras
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Rating: 5

Every kids dream!

posted 6 years ago

My daughter had one of these, she put everything she could catch in it. It is pretty safe, it will fasten down tight to keep the critter inside and not in the house. It works good for little hermit crabs also.

Pros: durable, lt weight,

Cons: none

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