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mylittlesandwich Mon 07-Sep-20 12:57:06

So I need to get a second carrier for my cats. Somehow I've got to this point and have 2 cats and 1 carrier. The pandemic delayed their boosters and now they'll be going together.

I like the look of the catit cabrio but from what I can see it only comes in 1 size. I have female cats so they're not massive but big enough and I want them to be comfy. Does anyone have one? Is it good? Is there another one you'd recommend?

Thanks for your help.

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Toddlerteaplease Mon 07-Sep-20 15:48:09

I've got the curved ones that look like a picnic basket.

Toilenstripes Mon 07-Sep-20 15:57:17

We’ve got the backpack kind and love it.

mylittlesandwich Mon 07-Sep-20 16:06:54

This one Toddler? Is it a decent size?

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Worried74 Mon 07-Sep-20 17:13:20

Toddlerteaplease recommend that one to us and it's brilliant. Got it from Amazon. My boy is 6kgs and plenty of room. The top opening makes it really easy to get him in, which is lucky as he's been back and forth to the vets recently as the unneutered male from 2 doors down has decided to make him his arch enemy!

missmouse101 Mon 07-Sep-20 17:24:52

Always a top loader! The plastic coated wire rectangular ones are excellent, last forever, strong and comfortable. You can buy covers for them or drape a thin blanket over for hidey purposes. I don't like plastic as it can snap/shatter/go brittle.

Toddlerteaplease Mon 07-Sep-20 19:05:54

@mylittlesandwich yes, tats the one. It's brilliant.

Toddlerteaplease Mon 07-Sep-20 19:06:51

Mine are 3.5 and 4.4 kg and they fit in perfectly. It's very robust and easy to strap into the car.

mylittlesandwich Mon 07-Sep-20 19:32:27

Thanks for the help, I've ordered one of the baskety ones.

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