Pet Gear Signature Dog & Cat Car Seat & Carrier Bag, AquaBy Pet Gear
About This Item
- Machine washable fleece pad cover.
- Front and top zippered mesh windows keep interior ventilated.
- Includes rear storage pouches.
- 2-in-1 car seat and pet carrier.
- Perfect for pets up to 20 pounds.
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The only thing I would change about this is adding more compartments. But I got around this by ordering a $10 bag and some 2" carabiners and attaching to the straps to hang on one side, which blocks a side for his viewing. The one open pocket I store his retractable leash and the other has a back up harness just in case. He absolutely loves this thing though. He shoots out to go play after trips, but he goes back in on his own, flips between this and his couch bed at home, and this and "his" chair at work. Better than the hard carriers as I can slip the strap over my arm to grab my purse as well leaving my hand free to deal with opening/locking doors so the convenience to me is great. Even the cat has gone in there for a snooze. When they don't fight it and actually seam to enjoy it, that's a great feeling and a great product. My puppy is 13.5 lbs so far, I wouldn't recommend for anything more than 16, maybe 20 lbs at the most. I wouldn't recommend for a cat either, cats are crazy around mesh screens and this has mess screen viewing on all 4 sides plus the top. Top opening, front opening, we use the back and "unzip" how it goes together as a "larger door" if you will. Just a great item and can't express enough how functional it is.
Exactly what I needed!
My cat always needed two people to get her into a carrier for vet visits. Since my husband died, I have dreaded doing this on my own, so I ordered this lightweight carrier that allows her get into it in her own and see out on three sides. Since the carrier arrived, I have left the front unzipped and the carrier on the family room floor. My cat now has a new favorite spot for naps...inside her new carrier. In two months when we go to the vet, I will zip up the front flap, and off we go to the vet!
Cat got in with no prompting!
I purchased this bag last June when I initially adopted/rescued my cat. I have not used it yet, as he never goes anywhere, but figured I would need it some day. He had a repulsion to other carriers and I threw out the one I brought him home in because 1) it was too small for him and 2) I think he associated it with trauma of being forced inside and lugged around from place to place before I adopted him. ANYWAY. I didn't expect him to eagerly get into any other carrier since it was really difficult to get him into one in past. Just recently (9 months since I purchased this), I set it out in my room on the floor just so he gets used to its existence, since I'm going to have to move with him at some point eventually. He was chilling on my bed with me and suddenly he jumped off and got inside! He made himself comfortable and continued to chill there. He went inside again the next day. No catnip or bribing with treat! He accepted it all on his own! So I highly recommend this carrier since he seems to find it really comfortable. I haven't tried it in an actual car yet, but think it will be better than anything he had before already.
My baby loves it
My baby was immediately interested in this carrier, she started sniffing it and then went inside and relaxed and took a little nap. Not once have I had to prompt her to get in. I catch her taking naps in it, like a little hideout. I give her treats and pet her to encourage her to use it more often. I’ll probably put a blanket or a shirt in it during our move cross-country so she has those pheromones to keep her comfy. Also love the storage AND the entire thing zips up and down so it’s easily collapsible.
Very well made. What I love about it, that I didn’t even realize when I bought it was, that the entire thing can be unzipped and folded flat for storage when not I use. I like that it has a strap in back that you can run the seatbelt through.
Handy Pet Carrier
I recently needed a cat carrier to take a feral cat to the vet to be spayed. I wanted one with both a top and a side opening, in case one or the other worked better in getting the cat into it. This Pet Gear Carrier Bag worked very well. It was large enough for the cat, light weight, and unzips and folds into a small shape for easy storage. I'd recommend it.
Love this.I have had many carriers but this one is the Best ,Very Roomy,easy to place Cats in carrier.My Chole weighs 16lbs and has plenty of space.Best of all,it folds flat Thank you Chewy
Size perfect. Setup easy. Only issue was one of my cats was terrified and clawing at the mesh very hard. Had to move her to old carrier or she was gonna tear it. Wish it was thicker material.
Great Cat Carrier
This carrier worked great for transporting my little cat. She had never traveled with me before and I was worried she would not do well. It was very easy to get her into it through the top opening, easy to carry her in it, and I liked that I could seatbelt it in the car. She did great - nervous at first - but she could see me and I could touch her because of the mesh sides and pretty soon she calmed down and took a nap. She was front declawed before I adopted her, so I don't know how the mesh would work with a cat who has front claws.
Wish I'd bought it long ago
Sadly, my cat has been diagnosed with cancer, which means a lot of vet visits already and many more to come, so I decided to invest in a new carrier that would be comfier and safer. My other cat jumped into the carrier as soon as I assembled it and didn't want to come out. I transported my cat to the specialist--a longish ride--on Thursday, and he did great. I could use the seatbelt since I had to get on the interstate, and he was much happier because he could see me. I can't say anything about durability, but it's a big hit so far.