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Reddit reviews on PetLuv "Happy Cat Premium Cat Carrier Soft Sided Foldable Top & Side Loading Pet Crate & Carrier Locking Zippers Shoulder Straps Seat Belt Lock Plush Pillow Reduces Anxiety

Sentiment score: 2
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We found 2 Reddit mentions of PetLuv "Happy Cat Premium Cat Carrier Soft Sided Foldable Top & Side Loading Pet Crate & Carrier Locking Zippers Shoulder Straps Seat Belt Lock Plush Pillow Reduces Anxiety. Here are the top ones.

Go-anywhere pet carrier makes transporting your pal easy with roomy design and built-in premium featuresOptimum ventilation and maximum sightseeing with all-around windows, with tear-resistant heavy duty rubber mesh and closable flapsGreat for car rides thanks to the adjustable seatbelt loops, and includes locking zippers and reinforced seams for added safetyEasy reach and loading with four access panels and top opening so you can get your pal in and out with less effort. Easy to carry with adjustable shoulder straps, and includes removable, washable plushy bedThis Carrier Weighs 8.8 Pounds Empty. The exact dimensions of the carrier are: Length 24", Height 16", Depth 16"

Found 2 comments on PetLuv "Happy Cat Premium Cat Carrier Soft Sided Foldable Top & Side Loading Pet Crate & Carrier Locking Zippers Shoulder Straps Seat Belt Lock Plush Pillow Reduces Anxiety:

u/hleba · 10 pointsr/cats

I recommend a soft case that at least has a steel frame.

My cats and I like this one a lot.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AO0YGKU/

u/Whyterain · 5 pointsr/MaineCoon

I have a gigantic carrier that I use for vet visits & such, and my coon loves it. It's this: PetLuv Soothing "Happy Cat"... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AO0YGKU?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

I have a Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree that she loves to use. I keep a pile of her dry food in it, and she enjoys getting the food out. Also have the little track with the ball in it that goes with it. She used it a lot as a kitten.

If you want to harness train your cat, you should start very early. I waited a bit too long so it's been difficult to train her.

We have the Booda Petmate Clean Step Litter Dome for her. She is surprisingly small (only 11.5 pounds at a bit over a year old even though she is purebred, has free grazing dry food, she is fairly lean and long), but it works well for her.

I HIGHLY recommend getting a Litter Genie. Best investment ever if you have a cat in general, makes it a lot easier to get in the habit of scooping the litter once or twice a day. Doesn't smell at all.

Get a cat tree. One of the carpeted ones. We tried to just go with a nice wood one, wince we are picky about decor, but it wasn't enough to satisfy her climbing urge. We had to use double sided tape on our doorways to get her to stop climbing them until we got a second tree.

Idk about coons in general, but for toys with Khaleesi, she loves the laser pointer (of course). Her favorite toys are bottle caps and crinkled up balls of foil. She plays fetch with them.

Food-wise, I feed her Taste of the Wild dry food and Weruva canned food. Her fur is in great condition, very soft and shiny. She eats Purebites freeze dried shrimp and Vital Essential freeze dried chicken treats. Do brush your kitty as frequently as possible, don't neglect behind the ears, their armpits, or the rear leg fur. The hair there is more fine and will matt easily. Also check their tail for mats regularly, or you will need to get them shaved. My groomer recommends a metal comb with 3/4"ish long bristles.

Hope this helps!