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wicker carrier

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by katienjess86, Oct 15, 2013.


  1. katienjess86

    katienjess86 PetForums Junior

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    i was looking to get a wicker carrier after my argos 1 broke plastic rubbish opinions or any other good carriers apart from the hagen/cabrio??
     
  2. lilythepink

    lilythepink PetForums VIP

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    I have a white plastic covered wire one, had it for ages. Plastic ones look nice but not very sturdy.
     
  3. OrientalSlave

    OrientalSlave Shunra Oriental Cats

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    The only plastic one I'd get is the PetCaddy which is top opening. The plastic-coated wire top openers will last you years and years and years.
     
  4. LyraBella

    LyraBella PetForums Senior

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    I have a wicker one. McNulty is a big lad but he fits in no bother. I like it as it looks attractive so I keep it out & he sleeps in there during the day sometimes.
     
  5. lymorelynn

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    Wicker carriers look nice but they aren't easy to clean in case of accidents and they don't close as securely as plastic or coated wire ones.
    I have a Cabrio - looks nice but is heavy - and a Rosewood top opening one - practical and has good system for securing with a car seat belt.
     
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