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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Recommendation for a carrier for two buns

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    • prince dorian the bun
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        Last vet visit I used my old cat carrier,  size wise it was fine, but getting both of them in was a nightmare.  Anyone have a carrier they would recommend?  ideally looking for something with the option of top loading. Any advice on getting two buns into a carrier welcome as well!


      • DanaNM
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          I have seen some hard-sided cat carriers that have both a top and side entry that seem great for buns! I think if you search “top loading cat carrier” you will find some good options.

           

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        • prince dorian the bun
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            thanks @DanaNM, I’ll try that query.


          • Wick & Fable
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              24in length may be helpful to add. That’s what I have I believe.

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            • Ellie from The Netherlands
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                How big are your buns? I got a wonderful carrier bag for Sinterklaas: it has a sturdy bottom but a semi flexible top, and there are 4 different zippers.

                One side opens fully, the other side opens halfway like a barn door, there’s a zipper that opens the whole top, and a small zipper in a side panel so you can stick your hand through to pet your bunnies.

                This is the model I use, but there are several sizes. I love this one because it’s small enough to carry on my lap while I ride my mobility scooter. It fits on my lap when I’m using my wheelchair as well, and I can wrap the shoulder strap around my waist to keep it in place. Both Owen and Molly fit in it with room to spare ^_^ They’re 1,4 and 1,3 kg.

                https://www.bol.com/nl/nl/p/nola-coco-katten-honden-en-knaagdier-reistas-43-x-25-x-28-cm-grijs-tot-7-kg-huisdier-draagtas-knaagdier-reiskennel-reistas-kat-kattentas-transporttas-transportbox/9300000074941625/?bltgh=iwAcoFYm1-JeADBHcKdL3w.4_28.38.ProductPageUrl


              • prince dorian the bun
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                  Thanks Ellie, Dorian is about 1.8kg and Miu is a bit smaller. I have one like that for Dorian that I like, it’s a bit small for both of them but ended up using it today as wasn’t finding one I liked right off. Miu stretched out on top of Dorian, who ended up completely squished, but I don’t think he minded. I am thinking just the same model but slightly bigger.


                • Cinnimon&Ollie
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                    I have a top-loading small dog midwest one. I like it a lot. It loads from the top which is really helpful for my runner. I would make sure it is hard-sided because it is safer. You could also try putting some bananas in the carrier or some other treat to help them go in.

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