Pet Cargo Cabrio Carrier 13" x 20" x 16" high
I've been searching for over a year to find a carrier that was sturdy enough to carry my 20 lb cat. I dont use carriers very often, only for vet trips and the occasional hurricane evac, but I needed something that had a sturdy handle. And this one does! The handle is not fastened by a simple ring in a slot, its a molded handle. Look closely, it's molded in as part of the carrier top. I also like the LARGE wide opening! Have you ever tried to stuff a 20 lb kitty through a 6" carrier door...its not easy! This door is 13"x16"! It also has a 2 piece top that opens like an old fashioned doctors bag, so you have a second load/unload option. And for this price, you cant beat it! I like it so much I'm here again today to purchase another one for my other kitty.
June 15, 2013
Very happy with this carrier!
I really like this carrier. It is a little weighty but it is easy to open from both the top or the front and it has a carry strap, although I have never used that. The Vet Techs at my Veterinarian's love it and comment on its stylish space-age look. It would be great if there were caster wheels like a couple of my older pet carriers to make it a little easier to move from the car to the Vet's office.
Very easy to get my cat into it from either opening and she can see out from the clear plastic front! I would highly recommend this carrier!
June 8, 2013
nice cariier hard to put togher its god size for my main coon cat he big boy need the room in it
April 10, 2013
Great cat carrier!
My cats hate going to the vet and manage to break free from almost every carrier out there. I bought this carrier because it has multiple loading options and, of course, its futuristic look. Although I can't say my cats like it, I do. It fits well on the car seat and straps in conveniently. Assembly was not difficult at all. However, the top hatch is slightly difficult to close because everything has to line up perfectly. My only concern is that I have one cat who really hates being in a carrier and he is able to push against the front door and push it forward. I don't know if it's possible for him to actually squeeze out or detach the door altogether but I don't want to risk it either. So I keep him next to me and apply pressure to the door when he starts pushing. I feel this part of the carrier could be a little sturdier. Overall, however, I love it and will order another one soon.
January 18, 2013