The trap man cat carriers are a range of baskets that are made in the UK, manufactured from heavy duty square wire mesh with an electro plated coated for a longer lasting non peeling finish. The baskets are top opening with a bar and eye fastener for a secure close and has a heavy duty handle on the top for easy carrying. The cat transfer crush basket has a sliding side door that mates up with the range of Trap Man cat traps making it easier to transfer the more aggressive cats into the cat carrier, it also has an internal wire mesh pad with two handle that are accessed at the front of the cage these are used to gently pull the more aggressive cats to the side of the cage to make it easier and safer to vaccinate. The trap man cat carriers are a range of baskets that are made in the UK, manufactured from heavy duty square wire mesh with an electro plated coated for a longer lasting non pealing finish. You must be logged in to post a review.
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Restraining a feral cat requires an entirely different approach to the techniques we use for handling even fractious tame cats. A recently trapped and apparently quiet feral in a trap or transfer cage will panic if you attempt to touch them. At best you will get scratched and bitten. At worst, the cat will bolt past you. The cat, thinking its life is in peril, will literally climb the walls of the room in its desperation to escape. It may well injure itself in the process. This is not good for a cat before anaesthesia and surgery. Different pieces of equipment have been designed to safely manage feral cats.
The International Society of Feline Medicine ISFM have worked hard over the past few years to promote feline friendly techniques and practice environments, and to support staff and practices in achieving this. But how far ahead are we? I will be honest — several years ago I heard of a practitioner condoning the scruffing of cats, and myself, with no knowledge of why this was, felt it was unnecessary, and that scruffing of cats caused no stress or trauma to the cat, and made it safer for the handler. Can you see it coming and more importantly do you know how to avoid it? It is a multi-faceted approach. Linda Ryan, who tutors our low stress handling in cats module, worked in referral medicine at Edinburgh university, and this is where she began to really think about how we handle these patients — the ones that have to come back again and again. How we can make it easier for them, their owners and us! It has such an impact on welfare, quality of life and our consciences, in that we are doing the right thing for these patients. She shared one of her stories with us.
Standard Feral Cat Trap. Folding feral cat trap. Pro Feral Cat Trap. Large cat trap. Kitten trap. Cat Drop Trap.