The Catit Design Cabrio Pet Carrier is the luxury carrier among travelling crates.
It is ideal for transporting cats and toy breed dogs to the vet, taking them travelling* or as a cosy den at home.
The entire upper part of the crate can be opened, putting an end to the stress of being put in and taken out of the box. An integrated handle on the top guarantees optimum stability. The plastic door is extremely handy and easy to open and close. A dual food bowl can be fitted to it through an additional flap, so you won't need to open the door when feeding. The box features airing gaps throughout, ensuring optimal air supply at all times and preventing build-up of heat.
Catit Design Cabrio Pet Carrier at a glance:
Removable Hinged Top
This makes it easy to put your pet in and out of the carrier, meaning less stress for both pet and owner.
Transparent Front Door for a Clear View
Improved visibility for pet and owner.
Feeding Hatch with Removable Double Bowl
Food and water can be placed into the carrier for your pet from the outside, without the need to open the main door.
The air holes at the top, side and back ensure optimum ventilation. A ventilation hole at the top ensures heat does not build up inside the carrier.
- Size: 51 x 33 x 35 cm (L x W x H)
- Suitable for pets: up to 11.3kg (25lb) in weight, and 35cm (13.75in) in height
Opening top hatch:
- Place and remove pet from carrier with ease
- Little stress for pet and owner
- Door is easily opened and closed with one hand
- Safety lock prevents the pet from opening the box from the inside
- Complete air supply
- Shoulder strap
- Small opening in door for access to food bowl
- Transparent front door for a clear view
How to choose a pet carrier: Choose a cat carrier based on your cat's adult size. Carriers should be high enough to allow the cat to stand up and wide enough and long enough for adult-sized cats to lie down and turn around.
*Note: Please check with your airline for their individual requirements first as they can vary. The Catit Cabrio meets IATA guidelines
Note: You will need to introduce your pet to the carrier slowly and carefully. Start by leaving the door open and allowing your pet to slowly enter in of its own accord. Then start closing the door and leaving it closed for longer and longer periods of time. Then try taking the pet carrier for a short spin in the car. The carrier should never be used as a punishment but rather be seen by your pet as a safe, positive place.