October 2004 Issue
Carriers for Cats
Certain styles make life easier for all involved.
Does putting your cat into a carrier fill you with anxiety and guilt? Put aside the feelings that you are caging your cat against his will. The opposite is probably true. “Cats prefer to travel in carriers and they’re definitely safer in carriers,” says James Richards, DVM, director of the Feline Health Center at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and editor of CatWatch.
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