Adventure Pets

My hobbies include french braiding and pretending my cat loves me back

Have you ever traveled or hiked with a pet?

More than once I’ve seen someone out walking their cat or small dog in a stroller, which basically reminds me of this. I’ve never taken a cat camping (I did take a dog though) but apparently some people are braver (crazier?) than me because I’ve seen this happen.

I recently got a chance to review this cat carrier, gifted to me by Pet Magasin. And my cat was sorta happy to oblige in product testing, since she doesn’t get out much. She’s an indoor cat so this is a way she can experience the great outdoors. And if you need to fly with your small dog or cat, this is an airline approved crate that you can put under your seat.

The pockets expand to give your pet more room, as well as a mesh window they can peek out of. It’s super sturdy and great quality. What I like most is that it can be either vertical as a backpack or horizontal as a little kennel for travel.

I’m not going to make a habit of hiking with my cat, but what I think it would be really good for is hiking with small dogs. My brother and sister-in-law have a small dog that overheats easily and gets tired on walks so they end up carrying him home. Pop him in the backpack and it’s easy walking time for Gus!

Before you send me hate mail about how unhappy she looks, please know that’s just her face. RBF Syndrome is a real condition that affects cats as well as humans. Don’t be rude about it.

Lullaby the cat’s other product reviewing experience includes the Cat Bonnet.  Where have you traveled with your pets?

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