How To Transport Your Cat

You’ve heard the expression “Don’t let the cat out of the bag.” This is just the opposite!

As seen on Daily Picks & Flicks.



  1. You realize that will only work once right? When he finds out what happens at the vet’s office, that will never happen again.

  2. The adorbs jump through the chair is my favorite part.

  3. nicefrenchgurl says:

    I understand that the owners are careful enough, but please remove these bags, the cat might suffocate, especially since they are irresistibly attracted to them

  4. claire silvers says:

    We have to immediately hide plastic bags, and also remove handles from any paper tote bags because they can’t resist. I hadn’t foreseen the paper bag handle issue until one of our cats leapt out of a bag, was startled to find the handle around his head, and he charged down the stairs, with the bag getting stuck at the corner & the handle still around his neck. His response was to pull, thereby tightening it. If I hadn’t been home……!

  5. Agreed .. Cuteness aside .. These bags are evil and dangerous to dog and cat (and Kiddies / kitties too)

  6. I want to see the cuteness in the video but you are 100% right.

  7. SlaveToCat says:

    That is not Maru’s house.
    Maru would use the plastic bags to polish the furniture.

  8. We had a derpy cat who liked to put himself in plastic bags while the grocery were still in there, and you had to unpack the groceries around him. Up until the point where he stuck his head through the handle, freaked out, and dragged the bag full of groceries behind him through the house. Sometimes they just can’t wait to cause trouble.

  9. WIN! 🙂

  10. My girl is afraid of plastic bags; she once got her head caught in the handle of one and went tearing through the house, terrified. So we don’t have to worry about her getting into them. She’s also afraid of balloons, and I wonder if it’s because they remind her of plastic bags, since she’s never had any direct experience with a balloon, that I’m aware of, but if there’s a balloon floating in a room, she won’t go in.

  11. Victoria, Mom to 3 Rats says:

    Depends on the cat. I used to have a kitty that loved all boxes and bags. I didn’t have enough carriers to take everyone in for their vaccines one time (I had four kitties back then and only three carriers), so I held open a pillow case and my kitty jumped right in and I took him in that way. He still jumped into any and every box or bag he could find after that, including the cat carrier.

  12. I agree with both of you about the dangers of plastic bags, nicefrenchgurl and Dana.

  13. You only have to open a box to have either one of our cats (my brother, his male friend and me) Dooley or Badger to jump inside to lay down 😀