Safe Travels!

Protecting your cat in the car in case of an accident or sudden braking.

You have to take your cat to the vet’s office, so you put her in her carrier, place it on the back seat, and then attach the carrier to the seat by running the seatbelt through the handle or straps before clicking the buckle, right? Wrong. If you don’t have a crash protection carrier, the […]
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