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They are just what I expected. Perfect for my little Jack russell
Very solid and cat loves it
Love it. Keeping the litter in the box and so much easier to clean
My other little 2 litre fountain was just not cutting it for 2 dogs and 2 cats, this one is great. Have to be careful while cleaning it though, it comes in two pieces.
Good buy, totally as expected, and delivered in good time. Thumbs up from me!
The trolley is great .straps are comfortable and able to fit well to my size.
My cat can lie down or sit up comfortably.
Another cat i have ,( who refuses to go into a crate) hopped into the trolley ,I 'd place it in the kitchen so mr Boots could get used to seeing it around.
My cats love their new tower and I will be looking to purchase more products form you at a later date
Great scratching tree, the top spot is very popular.
Loving the new cat post, it looks great! My pretty kitty loves it too! Thank you 😊
Needs bigger pading
I would highly recommend this company. I ordered something that was out of stock. I was quickly contacted and offered a choice of several cat towers, some were even more expensive than what I had originally ordered. The item was easy to assemble and was exactly as I had ordered. The quality is also fantastic.
180cm Multi Level Cat Scratching Post / Tree - Grey
Transcat Cat Door - Clear
Love it. Very well made and easy to put together.
WHY USE A CAT CARRIER
You may only need to make the trip to the vet for vaccinations once a year, be moving house or going on holiday and need to take your cat to a cattery for cat sitting. The less stress for both you and your cat the easier the trip will be. A cat carrier or crate keeps your cat secure and safe. Keeping your cat in the cat carrier while driving keeps it restrained, thus reducing distractions and accidents
CHOOSING THE RIGHT CARRIER
Your carrier should have good ventilation and visibility to suit your pet. If your pet is stressed when travelling then less visibility will assist with calming your cat. If your cat travels well, then more visibility is great
GETTING YOUR CAT INTO THE CARRIER
If your cat has never been in a carrier before, leave it out for them to explore and get used to without any pressure. Put their favourite blankets or toys in the cat carrier, even feed them in there. Leave the door of the cat box open and let them come and go as they please without any stress, this will make things easier and less stressful for both the cat and the pet owner when the need arises to use the carrier