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Jul 09

Escape Hatch

We bought a carrier for Ada so that we can bring her on BART as part of the morning commute to work.  We also use it in the car because it’s much safer than holding her on a lap.  Usually she settles down quickly and happily in the bag. But today she really wanted to get out, furiously digging and scratching and biting at all the corners of the bag.

The bag features a little Pet Connect zipper that is just big enough for us to reach in a pet her “without the threat of escape”.  But to our Ada that is just a challenge!

Let me out!

Once she discovered this potential exit...

Hello!

...she tried to squeeze her whole body out!

Luckily we were able to put her back inside and zip up the “escape hatch” so we could all have a safe ride home.

-- Tessa

2 comments

  1. Hey Tessa,

    Ada might feel happier in Snoozer Rollaround. It works as a backpack, and also has wheels. It has 2 mesh “windows” that you can open. Fluffy likes to look through them.

    See:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bubli/3381853196/in/set-72157615217651604/

    You can stroll around with it like this:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bubli/3381827678/in/set-72157615217651604/
    (the photo shows it with opened “windows”)

    Backpacking:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bubli/3419884495/in/set-72157615217651604/

    And on the floor, you can lay it down flat allowing the pup to stretch and sleep:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bubli/3492389720/in/set-72157615217651604/

    It is also airplane approved (the “medium” size)… Fluffy flew to San Diego and to Europe in it:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bubli/3502692295/in/set-72157615217651604/

    Petra

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