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post #1 of 10
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a while ago someone was asking if there was a stroller for cats. I found this while poking around a site looking at cat toys so I thought I would share.

I think Mai Sai would kill me if I tried to put him in it but he's a indoor/outdoor cat, I could see people who do cat shows using one, or maybe when they walk their dogs.....
post #2 of 10
Hee! I've offer to get one so DH can take the cats for a walk! You should see the look I get.
Actually, I think my cats would like it.
post #3 of 10
i have a friend in vancouver , that has has 2 one for her 17 year old dog, and another smaller on for her cat...

lol from what she says, both just love them.

heyu would hate me for weeks, if i took her out of the house. lol
post #4 of 10
LOL - I saw one in a pet shop in Malaysia and thought it was the cutest thing I had seen!
post #5 of 10
I got one for my Grigio. It's by Kittywalk, and I bought it because the enclosed portion detaches and can be used as a carrier. I'm disabled, and my large carrier is getting too heavy for me to manage. This way, I can wheel my boy to the car, detach the carrier and fold the wheel base, and then reassemble to wheel him into the vet.

We used it for the first time this week when he went in to have his teech cleaned, and one of the vets told me that the stroller was a big hit with the staff!

However, although I never intended to go "strolling," my exclusively indoor guy seemed to love being in it outdoors and seeing new sights, and this spring I might take him for some short walks.
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I got one for my Grigio. It's by Kittywalk, and I bought it because the enclosed portion detaches and can be used as a carrier. I'm disabled, and my large carrier is getting too heavy for me to manage. This way, I can wheel my boy to the car, detach the carrier and fold the wheel base, and then reassemble to wheel him into the vet.

We used it for the first time this week when he went in to have his teech cleaned, and one of the vets told me that the stroller was a big hit with the staff!

However, although I never intended to go "strolling," my exclusively indoor guy seemed to love being in it outdoors and seeing new sights, and this spring I might take him for some short walks.
I never thought about that before. What a good idea! In that sense I have a older friend (who's blind) who could use it, poor couple have about 6 cats
post #7 of 10
I bought one when I lived in CHicago, because i didn't have a car and hauling a 15 pound cat in a regular carrier the four blocks to the vet was challenging... I still have it, although I have a car and don't live in Chicago anymore. They hated getting in it, but relaxed after a bit once we got outside...

Also a big hit with vet staff and passers-by.

Amanda
post #8 of 10
My cats Love theirs, and it's easy to take to the vet or the groomers, especially when I take more than one cat Sophia likes to go for walks in it If it's sitting in the house they are in and out of it all day long
post #9 of 10
I have one to take Zane to the vet. He doesn't like it very much, but when I walk down the street everyone says, "Oh, what a pretty kitty!" When we get to the vet's office, especially if there are DOGS there, Zane will get quiet.
post #10 of 10
I've been using a stroller to take my kitties running with me a couple of times a week for the last two months. They seem to like it.

I also used the stroller to take them to the vet once; it's only a couple of blocks away. Everyone there thought it was cool.
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