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Two cat transporting methods both of which are unsatisfactory but amusing — 8 Comments

  1. Where I live the cat hanging on your back would be called dog bait. I don’t walk my cats even though I’d love to but having to holster a .22 to take a walk seems like I’m bringing on more trouble than it’s worth.

      • Loose dogs are a real issue here. I wouldn’t even take them in a stroller which would be difficult on dirt roads anyway. The majority of people let their dogs roam here so a cat on a leash or the gods forbid hanging off your back would indeed be in peril. I have to say the cat just hanging was beyond my scope of reasoning. In the city, a park or just your neighborhood your cat would be defenseless.

  2. Carrier #1 is too small and cramped, especially for a flat-faced cat who may have breathing issues. Carrier #2 is just stupid. The cat is hanging there – you know a cat will inevitably get anxious after awhile. Cats don’t like to be dangling in their air for any length of time; that’s why even scruffing a cat requires their behind to be supported.

    I like the stroller though. I’ve never used it myself, but I’ve seen others. As long as the cat likes it and the netting is secured so the cat cannot escape, why not?

    Personally, I’ve taught my cats to walk in a harness and leash. It takes time but it can be done. That’s a real conversation with new people too.

    • I agree. The first carrier looks way too small and appears to have inadequate ventilation. The cat would overheat in the warmer months.

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