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Will your cat like the Cozy Comfort Carrier?

Cozy Comfort Carrier
Sprite the farm cat is content to travel in his Cat-in-the-bag.

Because you’re on our Web site, chances are high you’re looking for an alternative to the carrier you have now for your beloved cat. 

It’s likely that carrier you have now is designed to completely lock or zip your cat in, head and all. You might be dealing with the struggle, scratching and bracing that keep many cats from going into carriers designed like that.

If you were asked — does your cat like his crate? does he like that heavy nylon gym bag you put him in to go to the vet? — you would answer “No!”

Many people who ask us whether their pet will “like” our bag-style cat carrier with its heads-out design forget to ask themselves that first question — well, does he like the carrier he has now?

Crates have been completely accepted for ages as the preferred way to transport cats. The struggles, scratching and bracing are just something all we cat owners have to put up with. We hate it. But there’s  never been an alternative.

Twenty-four years ago, an upstart began to send ripples through the cat carrier industry. The ripples were very small, imperceptible at first.

But they grew bigger. And bigger. As the the Internet changed the way we interact with social media and advertising, the Cat-in-the-bag Cozy Comfort Carrier became known to literally millions of people. It seemed to people who were just discovering it that suddenly, there was an alternative to crates and to other carriers that close cats completely in! But we believe we’ve had the answer for 24 years — years spent designing prototypes until we had an acceptable one that allowed roomy comfort while the collar adjusted snugly to gently restrain the cat from running away while outside.  More years were spent learning about cats, their behaviors, likes and dislikes as we spent 10-hour-days speaking one-on-one with thousands of cat owners at cat shows, pet expos, home shows and even the Ohio State Fair.

We’ve done our research! So when you ask the question, “will my cat ‘like’ the bag,” we have an answer.

Maybe she will really like it! One of our original Cat-in-the-bag cats who was with us as we developed the Cozy Comfort Carrier always used being in it as an excuse to stretch out, close her eyes and snuggle in while being held by one of her favorite people. Allie was a gentle soul who enjoyed our company.

Not all cats are like her, of course. There is more than one cat personality, and so, there is more than one answer to that question, “will she like it.”

We believe most cats RESPOND WELL to the bag, whether they like it in the way Allie did or just tolerate it fine. Once their heads are through the collar, they aren’t feeling the restraint like they are when they’re all closed in. The bag doesn’t fit them tightly, so they have plenty of room to move and stretch. They just don’t get upset.

Some cats will be leery of attempts to put them in the Cozy Comfort Carrier. For many of these cats, some patience is recommended. A cat may start out acting unsure, but over time will get used to his Cat-in-the-bag.

A smaller subset of those cats may never warm up to it! But you have time — 30 days to try it out to decide whether it really isn’t for you and your cat. Then you can simply ask for a refund.

We offer our guarantee so you can confidently try our crate alternative.





Sizing Chart

Extra Small Size is for cats under 5 lbs.

Small Size is for most cats under 10 lbs.

Large is for most cats 10 lbs. or more.

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 18 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.