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Rated 1 out of 5 by AlinaY Cat broke out immediately
This is suitable for a squirming newborn kitten or guinea pig at best. Do not get this for an actual cat unless you want to duct tape the entire surface shut, at which point your cat will suffocate. Save your $10 (?!?!) and create your own cardboard transport, or splurge on a zippered carrier.
September 12, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gongju829 Waste of money!
This is such a waste of money! Don't buy this. I needed a second carrier for a new kitten I got. I didn't want to spend a lot so picked up this one. I put my cat inside of it closed it up and left the room for a minute. When I came back my cat was sitting on the coffee table and this box was torn on the side and at the handles! Thankfully it didn't happen outside or at the Vet. Not safe or secure at all.
November 6, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by carboardbox I just realized that I paid $11 for a cardboard box with holes- my gerbil ate through it ! next time I will use a shoebox !!
a cardboard box = $11 - yikes gerbil on the loose !!
September 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sygyzy cat fits, but can squeeze out easily
I bought one of these for my 10 lb. cat, M. She went to the vet in it, settled right down, and was in it for 3 hours with no problem. So later I bought another for the second cat T. We put them in the carriers in the car, and T was able to push his way out quite easily within 2 minutes. The cardboard 'hooks' yielded and he was out. When M saw that he was out, she pushed out of hers as well. We drove with them sitting free on the seats. I will use my boxes for storing stuff, but not for cats again.
March 9, 2013