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Has anyone used one of these?

post #1 of 11
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http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...77&pcatid=3377

I can't imagine trying to get Zane into one of these; there would be bloodshed. (Mine.) And if I ever got him secured in it, he'd be voicing protests every moment; he doesn't look it, but I'm sure he has some Siamese blood in there somewhere.
post #2 of 11
If it had better chest support I could see my cat Tomas happily sitting in one. He thinks it's my job to carry him around or always be nearby. I think the baby sling design might be a bit better though.
post #3 of 11
I don't see anything 'hands free' about it - looks like you'd have to support him all the time!
post #4 of 11
Stanley would probably sit in it and fall asleep...Bella (provided you could get her into it) would probably shred it, and any person wearing it

Not to mention I would feel like a dork wearing it...I'm not sure why I would want to carry my cat that way
post #5 of 11
We have a pet carrier but there are no openings for the legs. The cat just sits in the pouch and there is a clip on an inside seam to clip a leash to for safety. Both Bijou and Mika like it and we use it often when taking them out.
post #6 of 11
Wickett might tollerate it... Frankie would draw blood.

Personally though, that takes the whole "my pets are my children" line of thinking a little too far.
post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by Yosemite View Post
We have a pet carrier but there are no openings for the legs. The cat just sits in the pouch and there is a clip on an inside seam to clip a leash to for safety. Both Bijou and Mika like it and we use it often when taking them out.
I'm not sure Forrest would like facing outwards with his legs through the slots but he loves for me to hold and walk around with him and I think he actually might like being in a pouch carrier. Yosemite....do you have a picture or a link for your carrier?

There would be no flesh left on my bones if I tried to put Lilly in one of these.
post #8 of 11
I've seen someone at a cat show that was carrying their cat around the hall for awhile in one - its comical IMO.
post #9 of 11
When Scooter was a baby he liked to be rolled up in the hem of a big t-shirt and carried around, but I would not attempt to use one of those. It really does not look hands free to me, either.
post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by Zane's Pal View Post
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...77&pcatid=3377

I can't imagine trying to get Zane into one of these; there would be bloodshed. (Mine.) And if I ever got him secured in it, he'd be voicing protests every moment; he doesn't look it, but I'm sure he has some Siamese blood in there somewhere.

I would NEVER try to carry my kitty around in one of those...Lol! I could just imagine how nervous they would get after awhile; typical cats like to be snuggled in your arms not belly out, facing the world!

Plus...they aren't children...
post #11 of 11
That's the funniest thing I've ever seen. Friday would probably let me do it but I'd be mortified to appear in public toting my cat on my chest. I may be a cat lady but I draw the line there!
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