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Maryann
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Hi, I'm trying to buy two pet carriers to bring my cats back to the mainland.  I need them by the end of the week-early next week, ideally.  Does anyone know of or have any they're willing to part with?  I've been told Cost U Less had them but they were out when I went.

Any help would be appreciated.  I keep trying to call the pet supply on island for the past couple days but they don't answer.  I'm going to try and go by today at lunch.

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Topic starter Posted : January 17, 2019 9:47 am
islandjoan
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hi Maryann

Try Kmart West, or Progressive Veterinary Hospital  718-1256. I know Progressive sells kennels but cannot remember if they sell carriers. Also if you cannot find any at either place, Superior Pet Supply might have some. 718-6661. If all those fail, maybe the Animal Welfare Center's Pet Palace sells them? Next to FoodTown in Princesse. This is the number for the Animal Welfare Center 778-1650 . Good luck!!!! And so glad you are taking your cats with you.

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Posted : January 17, 2019 2:49 pm
Maryann
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@IslandJoan,  I'm TRYING to take the cats with me.  After spending almost $200 on two carriers, I still need to get the babies seen by a vet.  Called the Animal Welfare and they can't even see them until middle of February.  I'm calling around now, desperately. 

I'm pretty sure I can kennel the cats in the morning if I can find a vet that can check them over, give them shots, etc and see what's wrong with the one kitty's leg.  (Think something bit her in the woods.  Both cats a feral but they've become acclimated to me and let me pet them and move/lift them.  They both have the one clipped ear so I'm thinking that the Animal Welfare has picked them up at some point and they've been fixed, but I don't know if that includes shots and I need a vet to sign off on them to be able to fly with them.)

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Topic starter Posted : January 17, 2019 3:22 pm
islandjoan
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hi Maryann, good luck! You are trying to do the right thing by these kitties. That's nuts that the AWC can't see you until mid February! I would think they would help. If the AWC didn't fix and clip them, they might have been done through the Sunshine Foundation / Sugar Mill. I know when strays are done for trap neuter release, they test for Feline Leukemia but they don't give them shots. I hope you are able to work things out!

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Posted : January 17, 2019 4:26 pm
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