If you have always wanted to bring home a furry feline pet but can’t afford to bring a cat carrier with you right away, then a new cat carrier or cat travel crate might be ideal for you!
You will find that, at first glance, there are seemingly so many choices out there. In fact, although there were hundreds of cat carriers available to buyers in the past, today there are literally thousands to choose from on the market.
Choosing the best cat carrier for your cat might seem like a daunting task, but you shouldn’t worry as here I’ll guide you step by step through the process to help you pick out the right pet crate for your pet cat.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do cats prefer hard or soft carriers?
Generally speaking, most cats prefer hard carriers such as a big plastic carrying case or really small kennel like an airline carrier.
All cats like being able to see out of their carrier, so a large plastic case with air holes is the best cat carrier for your cat.
The exception to this is if you are using travel carrier for your pet going in the cabin of an airplane, in this case you should get a soft pet carrier which airlines accept.
What is the best type of cat carrier?
With so many types and varieties on the market, it’s hard to know which is best to purchase. I would say that a hard sided one is the best type for traveling. They are sturdy, provide protection during transport, and