Cats should be transported in a carrier at the veterinary hospital

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While there are tons of different types of cat carriers — from soft carriers to hard carriers and everything in between — the most important factor in determining what style of carrier you should get is dependent on the type of cat you have.
Last month, we discussed , this month we talk about how to get your cat used to the cat carrier.
However, it is possible to work with your cat to take away some of the negative associations he has with the cat carrier, so try these steps and hopefully we can ensure that the hissing, growling and clawed attacks become a thing of the past. One excited tweeter noted that Amazon is already out of stock of the innovative cat carrier.For a great pair of videos on acclimating the cat to the carrier, check outandTips and tricks on getting your cat into the carrier and making it a more positive experience.
Why is the Cozy Comfort Carrier better than a box carrier?
Many cats do not like forced confinement. The Cat-in-the-bag Cozy Comfort Carrier is designed so the cat’s head stays out, and the roomy bag doesn’t make him feel trapped. The bag allows your cat to have this full range of motion: lying down and stretching out, sitting up, standing up, and turning around. He will be restrained so that you don’t lose him while traveling, but he will be restrained comfortably so he will not be as stressed as he might be in a crate. Your cat can be secured next to you on the car seat by using the handle on the bag as a seat-belt pass through. The bag carrier does not add any weight to the cat and is not as awkward to carry as the crate. The cat does not slide or scrabble back and forth like he would in a crate — the hammock-like bag keeps him in one spot. In the exam room at the vet’s, the bag becomes a tool for the technicians and the doctor. They can leave the neckline fastened and access the cat by unzipping the bottom to take the temperature, check skin and hair or draw blood. They have more control over him, and he stays calmer. The bag carrier also has uses at home too, for medicines, dental care, bathing and nail-trimming.Can my cat get out of the Cozy Comfort Carrier?
Our carrier has an adjustable Velcro strip that allows you to tighten the collar snugly around your cat’s neck. Make sure there is enough room to get a finger under the collar. This way the cat is held securely and comfortably. There is no tension on the neck when the carrier is lifted by the handle. Our carrier is roomy and the cat cannot brace against it to work his way out. Make sure to get the right size to fit him properly. Check out our video on our Home page to see how it works.Can I use the Cozy Comfort Carrier to Trim nails or administer medicine?
Yes, you can use the bag to trim nails. Here is a link to our YouTube Video: Our Bag-style carrier also is excellent as a holding bag for medicating your cat and clipping nails. It is roomy, so it is easy to get your cat in. This way they are held securely, but comfortably.Does the Cozy Comfort Carrier really work?
Some people are so accustomed to struggling with their cats to get them into the crate carrier that they assume our bag style carrier will be the same – or worse. They couldn’t be more wrong. Our Cozy Comfort Carrier is designed from the cats’ point of view – once their head is free, they don’t feel or fear confinement. Our bag provides a gentle restraint. They are held securely, but with their head out, they do not feel confined – like in the crate. They are far less likely to struggle. The Cozy Comfort Carrier will work better than a crate, or your money back within 30 days, Guaranteed! Check out our Testimonial Page.