The door bit is a bit fiddly
This carrier does the job and is quite handy, however, I found that if your trying to quickly secure it after putting kitty in and you've forgotten to slot the door in place, then you've got to try and correct it with kitty trying to get out! Can be a bit of a pain. I have also watched my vet on numerous occasions fiddling around with it, it's like watching an episode of the Krypton Factor :)
Looks wise great, people do ask where we got it from. Little storage features are brilliant for storing treats and the opening window at the top is fabtastic for comforting your fur baby when on long trips...meaning you don't have to open the main door and risk the small one getting out and running a muck. The only down side really is that the carrier is pretty bulky and thus is awkward to carry for long distances without feeling like your arm is going to fall off. The carrier constantly slaps in to the side of your leg which is not pleasant for your self or your fur baby. So if long distance walking isn't a problem for you then this is the carrier for you.
Bought this crate, as it was reviewed with 5 stars, little disappointed , it's very flimsy and don't trust it at all to carry my BSH cat , so am going to buy a different one .. Wouldn't buy it again in hind sight ..
I'm a little disappointed with how thin the plastic is, I can manipulate & bend the whole construction with my hands, even when assembled. I can't imagine it's going to be a long-lasting product. It also didn't come with the feeding bowl, bit of an inconvenience but I'm sure zooplus will sort it out for me. That said, it looks good & it's big enough to get my 2 younger cats in together for the short trip to the cattery...which is what I wanted it for. But if I needed a carrier for more regular use I'd be going for something else.