Caramel Cozy Comfort Carrier

Rated 3.67 out of 5 based on 18 customer ratings
(18 customer reviews)

$23.95$26.95

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Small Size is for cats under 10 lbs.

 

Large is for most cats over 10 lbs.

 

Extra-large is a specialty size for very large cats, typically big-breed males. These cats may start around 20 pounds and range up to 40 pounds or more, with a torso length of at least 19 inches from base-of-neck to base-of-tail. If your cat does not meet the size criteria for XL, you should order large instead.

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18 reviews for Caramel Cozy Comfort Carrier

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dolores Eberly

    I have more than one cat, one small & one large, can I use the large size for any small cat?
    Is the material flexible that I could put a cat about 12 lbs in a size small?
    Looks great!

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Delores,

      You will be far better off to put a smaller cat into the Large Cozy Comfort Carrier than the other way around. Our carriers are very roomy, you larger cat will have plenty of space to stand, stretch, turn and lie down. You would not want him to fill constrained in the material. On the other hand, more space for your smaller cat is not a problem.

      If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

      Regards,

      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marion Ezzell

    My cat weighs 9.5lbs. She’s 7yrs old. Should I get small or large size?

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Marion, I would recommend the small size for her.—Jeanne

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Theresa Carr

    I have a 7 year old Snowshoe cat. He weighs 18 lbs. He’s pretty long and tall. Should I get the large or Xlarge.

    Thanks,

    • Sadi Starmack

      I’m thinking he will be OK in the large. If he is no longer than 19 inches from the base of his head to the base of his tail, that would be the case.—Jeanne

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kerry McQuillan

    This looks like a wonderful idea, convenient and non-frightening… I have 4 cats, very different in sizes and ages too. (from a 2 year-old to a 9 year-old, all girls, all rescues. Only 1 is about 14 lbs. I would think.) I can’t imagine getting each their own, but, if I wanted one of the best (most versatile) sizes, would that be a Large?

    Thank you so much for sharing this great idea!

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Kerry,

      Yes, the large would be the best size for you. You are far better off to have the smaller cats with too much room than to have your larger cat feel confined. Just be certain to pull the neckline secure so that you can only get one finger under the collar.

      Let me know if I can be of further assistance,

      Regards,

      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  5. Rated 1 out of 5

    Cynthia A Klimek (verified owner)

    Looks like a great product! I have 14 lb male, kind of long. So what size would be need?

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Cynthia,

      Your guy will do fine in a Large Cozy Comfort Carrier.

      Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

      Regards,

      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  6. Rated 1 out of 5

    Lydia Urwin

    I have a 5 lb. Chihuahua. Would this work for her?

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Lydia, The small size should work fine for your dog.
      Regards,
      Jeanne

  7. Rated 3 out of 5

    Ruth

    Hi, My cat is exactly 10 lbs. She is 6 years old. Which size would you recommend? Thanks!

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Ruth,
      We recommend the Large Cozy Comfort Carrier. He will have plenty of room to stand, stretch and turn.

  8. Rated 3 out of 5

    Michelle Butricka

    I have 4 cats each need their own bag, but most are out of stock or on back order. How long until you have more available? I gave it 3 stars just for the idea of it and when I get some and use them then I will be better able to judge whether this is a 5 star product. So far idea, price and size seem 4 star. if it stands the material and functionality test it will be well worth it. So please make more product, more of each size and add more colors or patterns that would be most awesome. great idea, love it

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Michelle,
      We are experiencing a delay in delivery of a large shipment of inventory that will re-stock our sizes and colors. We are hopping it arrives within the next two weeks.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sylvia Whitson (verified owner)

    I have a 20 lb cat. What size should I get? Can’t believe I found this today! I was wishing I had something just like this the other day when I took my cat to the Vet. He would love having his head out. The carrier I have is oversized for a cat because he is so big. It is very heavy and difficult to handle.

  10. Rated 1 out of 5

    kareen

    what material is used for the bag?

    • Ted Starmack

      Hello Kareen!
      Our Cozy Comfort Carriers are made from a tightly woven, sturdy 100% Cotton.
      They are made to be machine washable, although they have not been pre-shrunk. So either line dry or tumble dry on low setting.
      As always, take care to wash them separately the first few times as the dyes may bleed.
      If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
      Regards,
      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  11. Rated 3 out of 5

    Karen

    Terrific concept!!! I am interested in getting one of these, possibly two, for my kittens. They are sisters and about 10 months old. One is a basic domestic short hair “Tabby” cat approximately 10 lbs, while her sister is showing Maine Coon traits through her size (length and weight) and long hair and is weighing in at about 12.5 pounds, I understand that a large would fit them both right now, but my fear is that as they continue to grow… especially the larger kitten. What would you recommend?

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Karen,
      I would stick with the Large. Our Cozy Comfort Carrier is extremely roomy, the cat typically takes up abut 1/3 of the space inside. This allows for standing, stretching and turning without feeling confined. I am sure you it serves your purposes.
      The XL is for cats that measure over 18″ from the base of the neck to the base of the tail. The weight range for the XL is 20 – 36 lbs. of lean cat. I like to say that our XL is for “Catzilla”.
      If I can be of further assistance, let me know.
      Regards,
      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Patti Saugstad

    R these water/pee proof? My cat always pees in the carrier on the way home

    • Ted Starmack

      In many cases, the cat’s fear of traveling is related to the carrier and not to the vehicle. We hear from customers all of the time telling us how well their cat travels in the Cozy Comfort Carrier.
      If our customers are unsure as to how their cat will react, we have developed a liner for our carrier called Acci-Don’ts. These liners have adhesive strips that allow you to attach them to the inner bottom of the carrier.
      If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
      Regards,
      Ted
      Cat-in-the-bag

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Augustine

    I have a 22 lb brown tabby, that measures at least 19″ from base to base… a Big Cat! I take it that an X-large would better suit him? Glad to see you have pee pads to go inside, since he has a history of pee/pooping in carrier when we go to the vet. Though when we relocated 1000 miles he was a gem! go figure!

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Rosemary,
      Yes, your cat definitely needs the XL. The liners would be a help too for sure, since he is unpredictable!
      Jeanne

  14. Rated 3 out of 5

    Patti

    Hello
    How do you order the pee pads and what is the cost to fit the large size bag?
    I may have just overlooked it on this site.
    Thank you. Looks like a very clever idea. I can’t wait to try it on my husband’s “spoiled anti-social” kitty, Phoebe. Haha!
    I’ll add more stars if I love it.
    Best Regards

  15. Rated 4 out of 5

    Angel Leon

    Is the handle strong enough to carry a 20 lb. cat? Do you sell bags with a cross your chest strap so the cat lies on your chest as you walk instead od at your side? Great idea that you have and I wish you success.

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Angel! Thank you very much! Yes, the handle is definitely strong enough to carry a 20-pound cat. Three rows of stitching hold it to the bag. We don’t have cross-chest straps. The advantage to our shoulder strap, though, is that the cat is at about rib-cage length. So he’s up higher, where cats feel more secure, and it’s easy to slip your hand underneath him too. — Jeanne

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Betty Brazzale

    My cat and I love this bag!!! My veterinarians are so impressed with it too. Makes riding in the car so less stressful and Willie has no problem getting in and out. He really seems happier in it than his other carrier. I would recommend this!!

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Betty!
      We’re so glad you and Willie love your bag, and we’re glad your vet likes it too! Thanks for the recommendation!

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tom

    When I take my very friendly and cuddly cats to the vet IT IS ON and they become DEVILS. The Cat In The Bag is the only thing I’ve found to keep them manageable to and from, as well as AT the vet. The vet can take a look at both ends without actually letting the cat out of the bag (literally!) I believe this product has saved many many lives. Thank you.

  18. Rated 4 out of 5

    Maggie Bodine

    Does this come in leather? This looks like something we could use in helping us medicate our cats ears. She’s a mess n tries to claw us. Leather would keep us and her safe because claws can’t go thru leather.

    • Ted Starmack

      Hi Maggie! It doesn’t come in leather. The material is a heavy, sturdy, tightly woven cotton that stands up well to claws. While it isn’t rip-proof. it’s not easy for the cat to rip, and it’s guaranteed a replacement or money back if it happens. — Jeanne

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