Rated 5 out of 5Â by PrinceHarry Great for a big kitty cat
Prince Harry is a big boy cat and he seems comfy in the pet gear carrier. While primarily we go to vet appointments using the carrier, I find it easier to put him in the carrier, pull it like rolling luggage, and it has good ventilation.
December 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mrdan80 Best Puppy Travel Bag Ever!!!
I have a 10 week old Frenchie who was really bad to drive with until I got this back pack. It not only looks great, it functions perfect for travel with my dog. The car seat function really helps to keep him safe when we go on car rides, and the fact that he can see me makes him not cry. I have tried several different bag and as a guy I really don't want to carry my dog in a girlie looking bag. Thank you Pet Gear for making this bag & and Chewy for selling them!!!
July 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KOITSU One of a kind product! Amazing!
Where to start? This thing has everything you need! I can strap this to my hiking backpack and take my adult kitty with me wherever I go! Its big enough for a 13" length , 7" width cat pan for when your traveling times exceed that of your cats bladder size, with an acceptable small left over bit of room for the kitty besides the cat pan on a small cushion. It reduces the room for the cat like this but is an acceptable solution until you arrive at your destination. Its a durable versatile backpack that allows for the easiest transportation of your beloved companion.
October 18, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by 4Phoebe Petgear I-go2 Traveler
Although the ordering and receiving time from your company was great, the product is terrible. I needed a rolling cart for my pet - this cart has wheels that are too small, a handle that is not long enough to walk with without having to walk slouched, and the general design of it creates a space that is too low for my dog to sit up in. Also the carrier does not sit well on the wheels part - the front feet keep dragging on the ground when it is being rolled. In short, this product is a lemon. I would like to return it if possible.
October 23, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Putter Best suited to small, quiet dog.
Zip front too difficult for one person to close and secure active feline. A top loading, rectangular wheeled carrier would be more effective.
April 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jackrabbit High quality
I've only used it for a few blocks so far, but the carrier is spacious and sturdy. My cat is about 6 months old so he has plenty of room in there. I used the rolling handle which was fine (and I'm about 5'8" tall) The carrier can also be used as a back pack and a car seat. It has a sturdy handle at the top to move down stairs or carry at your side. It also comes with a shoulder strap, but I think my kitty is a little too rambunctious for that. I couldn't believe the quality for the price and it arrived in less that 2 days. I saw the same carrier in a pet store for double the price.
March 31, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5Â by SauleBellaMurzius Good for quick trips to the store or park...
This is a small carrier and can only fit one 10b cat. Just enough room to sit and a bit to stand for a quick trip but it can be tight inside even with the extra zipper open. It's great as a car seat so you don't get cat hair on car seats.
Very convenient as a backpack but not as a stroller, it's uncomfortable for the cat when on tilted position. The padding inside is cheap where the cat will sit but the overall fabric of the bag is sturdy enough.
Great for quick trips to the store, park, vet from the house to the car. Keeps all that hair inside and just convenient overall. Black color looks great.
March 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by xiola Great but small.
I really like this carrier and that it doubles as a car restraint. I wish it was just a little bit bigger. I have a Cavalier King Charles puppy who will be between 14-18lbs. But I think it may be too small when he is fully grown, even though he fits within the weight limit. I am also confused how to use the inside tethers. The booklet didn't instruct on their use. I may give them a call and ask.
February 17, 2015