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Cat Carriers

We stock a range of high-quality cat carriers designed for safety and comfort on our webpage. Browse our collection to find the perfect carrier for your feline friend’s travel needs.

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Your questions answered (FAQs)

Generally, the carrier should be one and a half times the size of your cat. Your cat should be able to stand, sit, turn around and lie down within the carrier. However, it’s important the carrier isn’t too big otherwise your cat may slide side by side during travel.
Ensuring your cat is comfortable and relaxed within its carrier starts weeks before the visit to your vet. Sitting the carrier out in the open allows your cat to get used to it, giving them treats and making sure they think of the carrier as a positive place will also help when you need to use it for travel.
We recommend placing a blanket and some of their favourite teddies and/or toys in the carrier before putting your cat inside. Once the carrier is in the car, cover it with a blanket to prevent your cat from seeing outside the windows, this could be particularly overwhelming.
As a general rule, a cat should not be left in a carrier for more than a few hours at a time. If you’re travelling for more than a few hours, make sure to take regular breaks ensuring your cat has enough water, food and opportunities to use the toilet as possible.
In most cases, it’s advisable to use a separate carrier for each of your cats. Putting two cats into one carrier can be uncomfortable, and very stressful. Even cats who are normally very bonded can show aggression towards one another during the trip if one is stressed.