**carrier received as part of a product review**
Time to go away came and you have babies like mine and lack a cat sitter the options are limited and to me, it's clear! either THEY COME TOO or I stay!!!!!!!!!!
No choice! The cats will have to be packed :) Sadly, Maya did not have a good while in the car :(
I do have a kennel for them but for their own safety each cat must travel in his/her own carrier.
My Sherpa Pet Carrier came and as you can see Milo had no trouble whatsoever to make it his own.
Maya has really no interest in ANY carrier whatsoever
Is nicely cushioned inside. I took it apart to Milo could inspect throughoutly.
He doesnt care if the guts (the comfy stuff) are out... he likes to be in!
Or out!! he made his point!
As for me, I looooooooved it! easy to carry! It has a padded shoulder strap that doubles as a pull strap. Mesh panels for ventilation and roll down privacy flaps.
Also a convenient pocket that I used for treats and Feliway spray (just in case)
Milo is ready to go.
As mentioned, Maya did not have a good time at all! I put her in the hard kennel and she panicked.. It was so bad she scratched her nose against the hard steel kennel doors until her nose bled.
To calm her down, I switched Milo into the hard kennel and took her out for a bit. She only stayed calmed while in my arms and even took a nap.
Milo wasnt happy that Maya took over "his" carrier and was looking for his way in!
Because of inconvenient factors, the cats had to be smuggled in.
Yeah! great! now am a cat smuggler just my luck! Lucky indeed. I cant smuggle a cat in a kennel (everyone knows those things are for pets) The Sherpa carrier's privacy flaps came in very handy. I threw them both in and they were ready to access resort grounds :)
The carrier is made for pets up to 16 lbs. they both seemed ok.. not totally comfy .. (at least not in the picture) but this was the only flap I had opened and they both wanted to look out! it's really made for one cat at a time but ok for a walk from the car to the cabin
At the resort, sighs! that's another story for another post but at the end of our stay at resort #1 (there were two), Milo just didnt want to leave.
On the way back, Maya took the soft carrier and Milo was very well behaved in the other kennel, he did try to open the door but soon he just laid-down and went night night. I carried Maya for about half way back (2hrs approx.) we both took a nap then I put her in the Sherpa carrier and she did much much better, no attempts to escape and no bloody nose. My poor baby!
If you have pets, you need to have a pet carrier and highly recommend Sherpa pet carrier and it's also airline approved. Read more details HERE and check out their Facebook page as well for the cutest pictures and products.
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