Harry and Jaguar highly recommend Furrarri kennels!
Furrarris are built with convenient handholds moulded into the sides and back, as well as a handle attached to the top, to make them easy to move around with a fur baby on board. For everyday use, the top quickly snaps off to make it easy to clean inside. For secure transport, there are holes in the case for installing nuts and bolts to hold the top and bottom together. The size of the nuts and bolts you need to use is even moulded into the side of the kennel! They are very sturdy. Jag flew from Taiwan to Canada in a blue and grey Furrarri!
Before his trip, Jag had never been in a kennel. Now he chooses to spend his day sleeping inside his Furrarri (we leave the door open and he could sleep on the bed if he wanted to). In fact, he loves it so much that he will only eat his meals there (Furrarris come with a tray that hangs on the door) The door is attached and secured by spring-loaded pins, so it can be opened in either direction by a human, but not by a fur baby.
Harry also likes to snooze inside his Furrarri while we're out. At night, he sleeps in it (again, we leave the door open and it's his choice). Harry's is maroon and grey. We don't put water in the tray because it's too easy for a fur baby to bump and spill. Instead, we have a water bottle attached to the door. Pet supply stores sell many different types. Harry sometimes drinks from his bowl and sometimes from his bottle.
You wouldn't think it would be possible to get excited about a kennel, would you? This is a fabulous design! Compared to other kennels, Furrarris have very attractive styling. The overall proportions, two-tone colour, the slope of the sides, the angle of the side windows, and the shape of the handles make them look good. Other kennels often look a bit too much like cages or boxes. The Furrarri is very high quality, smartly functional, and good looking. But you don't need to take our word for it, ask Harry and Jag!