Say goodbye to cat bags and towel wraps!
Invented by a vet, the Calm Cozy Cat Wrap keeps cats calm and snug during veterinary exams. Openings allow access for blood draws, urine samples, blood pressure checks, nail trimming and more.
No risk 30-day trial.
One size fits all adult cats. 100% polyester fleece. Exact color may vary slightly from what is pictured. Machine washable. Laundry bag recommended. Made in the USA. Patent pending.
I have a very anxious 2 yr old cat who gets aggressive (bites and scratches) when handled. My vet suggested that the wrap would help me to manage daily subcutaneous injections. Unfortunately it did not suit my purposes as the wrap covered the potential injection site areas on her back. It took a lot of effort to wrap her and lower the zipper so that I could access the injection sites plus the wings covered a lot of the area I was trying to see. It still took 1-2 other people to hold her still so that I could do the injection as there was a lot of space at the bottom for leg movement. She was able to poke her legs out of the holes and scramble around despite the velcro closures. I used it a few times before buying a different type of wrap that was more functional for the subcutaneous injections. I think this is probably better suited for more relaxed and calmer cats than my own. And I can see how it can be helpful during exams, but that is not why I purchased it. I also feel that the option of a hoody may be helpful for cats who bite.
My 14 year old Maine Coon kitty was diagnosed with GI lymphoma in Jan. He never had to take any medications by mouth before and he has always been skittish. At the time he weighed about 13lbs. I used the calm and cozy wrap and I think that it would have fit if he wasn't so scared. We used it a couple of times, then went to a large towel. Sadly, my baby passed away on 2/2. I am going to keep it. We may at some point and time get another kitty or kitties, if not I am going to donate to a vet's office. I think that it is a wonderful tool to use when administering medications to cats. It is well made.
I bought my first one last year and my staff was skeptical. After using it, they love it! I bought a 3 pack this time!
I used to do a lot of rescue, then TNR, and consequently have many cats of all ages and levels of sociability. Several are entering that age (13years) when some claws get thickened and kitty has trouble self grooming. Of 4 kitties, the bag was very helpful on 2, one cranky queen kitty still managed to bite me, and one had to have a little calming meds in order to get him IN the bag, then he spun around inside exorcist-like. But- I was eventually successful with all 4. Also- one of the younger lap cats was totally freaked out by the sound of velcro near his head, so he was a 'no success'. Another one is just too dang big (18pounds). Net review is ++++, since it would have cost me $20/kitty to have the vet trim them, plus getting them into carriers and driving time. I think it will work best for medium sized (8-14 pound), mostly socialized, easy-going kitties when you just need an extra hand to help. I recommend this product.
We use our cat wraps regularly in practice, and they have truly revolutionized feline veterinary medicine.