Kellyville Pets has a Large range of cat carriers available online and in store.
Everything you need to safely transport your cat using a cat carrier. Whether you’re travelling to the vet, driving to the park, visiting family interstate or travelling with your cat internationally, we have all you need to safely and happily transport your cat in our cat crates, cat handbags and kitty prams.
Can I use my cat carrier, pet prams and little cat purses for all pets?
Pet carriers are useful for a range of pets. cat carriers, dog purses and pet strollers can be used for Cats, rabbits, ferrets, birds and lizards.
Are cat carriers cruel?
The answer is no, when used correctly kitty crates are not cruel. kitten carriers, cat crates and kitty handbags are the safest way to transport your animal. The cat carriers and kitten handbags have enclosed sides so that pets feel secure, with a wire or mesh front and ventilation holes on the sides and top for airflow.
Safely transporting your cat-
Can I train my cat to be happy in its kitty carrier?
It is common for some cats to be uncomfortable in a confined space like a kitten carriers, cat purses and pet prams. Getting a kitten used to its cat carrier at an early age is the easiest way make sure it is comfortable while being transported. Training is very important with lots of cat treats and rewards and a lot of praise for the cat. You should encourage your kitty as soon as possible to happily eat, sleep, rest and play in and around a cat carrier so it is not a strange and unhappy experience when it is placed inside for a quick trip to the vet or a long trip interstate.
Having a cat in a cat carrier makes it safer to travel with your cat in the car.
Do I legally need a cat carrier when travelling by car?
Cats must be restrained while in the car, it is the law in New South Wales that your cat is correctly restrained while travelling in the car. A cat crate is the best way to do this. You can also use a cat carrier for taking your cat safely in the car.
Does my cat need to be in a pet carrier on a plane?
At Kellyville pets we have a great range of airline approved cat carriers and airline approved kitty crates available online or in store.
After finding an airline to use, you will need to know their pet policies. Will the airline allow your cat to fly in the cabin with you? What are the restrictions for kitten travel? Will your cat need to travel in the cargo hold?
What requirements does my cat carrier need if my cat is travelling in Cargo?
Whether your cat is travelling internationally or your cat is travelling interstate, your cat must be in an airline approved kitty carrier.
Most international airlines and domestic airlines require a sturdy pet carrier with adequate ventilation, waterproof bottom and spring locked door. More and more airlines are requiring metal hardware instead of plastic fasteners to secure both halves of the carrier.
Your pet should be offered hydration prior to going to the airport, most of our pet carriers include a plastic water bowl which can be attached to the wire door of the pet carrier.
How do I pick the right size cat carrier?
When you choose a cat carrier, kitten purse or kitty stroller you must first consider if it is too large or too small.
If your kitten carrier or cat handbag is too small your cat may feel uncomfortable in its cat carrier. If your kitty carrier is too large then the cat may slide around in it while being transported.
Your cat should have enough room to stand up and turn around while in its cat crate.
Practical cat strollers-
kitty strollers are also great for elderly cats that have bad joints or arthritis. As well as for the stylish and spoilt kitty that would rather not walk by itself or on wet grass, it can go straight into a stroller and be pushed around effortlessly. cat strollers are great for elderly people also as they can easily push their cat around in the stroller and also gives them something to lean to walk stably while holding the kitten stroller.