Saturday, October 27, 2018

I'm carrying my Jane with me.

Back in the day, taking pets anywhere was unheard of. We had them at home, we walked them on leashes and when we left, they stayed at home.

In this day and time, people like Paris Hilton, made it cool to carry your little pets with you like accessories. Of course the service pet thing blew up, with people who actually need them and those who just want a dog and only service pets are allowed.

I can tell you one thing, this is the first front facing pet carrier back pack I have ever seen. It fascinates me, it's unique and It's pretty cool.


It has so many different features. There is a main zipper that unzips the whole top and a smaller zipper underneath a flap, where they can pop their head out. On the front you find another zipper that they can come in and out of as well.


The sides of the bag have mesh and pockets. A zipped pocket for headphones, deep pocket for a drink, and a smaller pocket for treats or other items. The bottom has a small cushioned pad and it also zips open.


One of my favorite features, is on the inside. It has a hook, so you can connect it to their leash. That way, if you leave it open for them to pop their head out, they can't actually get out. safety is key.


As far as the idea and the look goes, this carrier is perfect. It's very unique and my cat actually likes it. Jane never likes carriers.


My one issue or complaint, is the fact that it is pretty awkward to wear. It has no give and you really have to get use to it. If I do, Jane and I are going on some long walks together! Make sure you go over and check this out at amazon, at the link below.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=me%3DA2HFIP89K1Q0ZY&field-keywords=dog+carrier+backpack

What good back in the day stories do you have? I was a teenager when the internet was invented. I remember playing Oregon trail and the library. What about you?

I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. Regardless of price, all opinions are 100% my own and honest.

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