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Cat Stroller?

Trishy

Site Supporter
I am looking to purchase a stroller that will be roomy and sturdy. Basket and tray would be nice. I am not sure about the 3 wheel versions because of possible tipping? Any recommendations from anyone who is happy with theirs would be much appreciated. Thanks :)
 

Carykd7kau

Reincarnated cat Moderator
I have the Pet Gear Happy Trails no zip pet stroller. I do not know how much it costs, as it was an anomyous gift from some sweet person(s) on the forum. It is big enough for 2 cats and has a drink rack and a shelf underneath. It is a 4 wheel base so is no tip too.
 

Trishy

Site Supporter
Thanks all!!

Witchy, I am guessing that I was wrong about 3 wheels not being sturdy? Was just thinking about my two ruffians bouncing around inside if they get bored with the sightseeing tour. :)
 

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
Thanks all!!

Witchy, I am guessing that I was wrong about 3 wheels not being sturdy? Was just thinking about my two ruffians bouncing around inside if they get bored with the sightseeing tour. :)
The two I bought are made specifically for rough terrain. They're sturdy. Juba 16 lbs & the Moose 23 lbs can occupy one. Well, they could until Atticus decided he didn't want to share space anymore so now he gets to ride solo.
 

Trishy

Site Supporter
I ordered this one which is somewhere in between WW and Cary's. I would have loved to get the double one but I think it will be too heavy for me to lift into the back of my old ford expedition.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00DYW734C

I also ordered this rolling carrier as they are getting too heavy to lug around in the hard carrier and it looks easier to attach the seatbelt in the car...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B003UOVMLE

Thanks so much for your suggestions, I really appreciated it and I'll let you know how these turn out. :)
 

Pam Flachs

Savannah Super Cat
I ordered this one which is somewhere in between WW and Cary's. I would have loved to get the double one but I think it will be too heavy for me to lift into the back of my old ford expedition.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00DYW734C

I also ordered this rolling carrier as they are getting too heavy to lug around in the hard carrier and it looks easier to attach the seatbelt in the car...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B003UOVMLE

Thanks so much for your suggestions, I really appreciated it and I'll let you know how these turn out. :)


I agree...good choices! How does the no-zip stroller function? I would love to hear your assessment after using it. I don't currently have a stroller, but would like to have one.

You will love the I-Go rolling carrier. It is one of my favorites and have used it myself to travel on a plane with two kittens in the past and the carrier I sent with a kitten recently to fly to her new home in-cabin with her new owners. Word of caution...use a clip to join the zippers on the entrance when you use it. Curious and naughty cats or kittens will soon figure out to stick a paw in between the two zippers and they easily slide apart to open unless they are clipped shut...;) Also...yours might have two long straps inside that have clips...I think this is for people to use to attach to a dog's collar or harness. I cut the straps out and use the clips to connect the zippered front.
 
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