Abstract: A small animal carrying device incorporating a pouch section with a padded bottom. The pouch is closed by a drawstring and a harness assembly using padded crossover straps secures the device around the carrier's shoulders. An additional strap at the bottom of the pouch secures the device around the carrier's waist or lower torso. It can be worn in the front and back positions and contains a side pocket for carrying a leash or other accessories.
Abstract: Disclosed is a pet carrier having a bottom, a top, opposed sides, a first end, a second end, and a door. The first end includes an opening for receiving the door therein. The opening has a plurality of receptacles for receiving ends of bars therein. The door includes a door post having ends insertable into ones of the receptacles. The door also includes a mechanism having a disc and bars. One of the bars is used to cause the disc to rotate which in turn causes the other bars to extend toward the disc or away from the disc to position the mechanism in a latched or unlatched position. Ends of the bars are insertable into ones of the receptacles to secure the door closed.
Abstract: The present invention consists of a pet carrier with two compartments. The first compartment, in which the pet is placed, consists only of side walls and a bottom. The second compartment consists only of side walls and a top. The second compartment is configured to be placed, in telescopic fashion, directly over the first compartment. In this manner, the second compartment moves up and down in a vertical plane from a lowered position in which it substantially covers the first compartment, representing the smaller or collapsed configuration of the carrier, to a raised position over the first compartment, representing the carrier's larger or expanded configuration. The two compartments are locked in the raised and lowered positions by manually operated spring snap locks. Releasing the snap locks simply and instantaneously allows the carrier to be collapsed or expanded.
Abstract: A container for carrying pets which comprises a hollow body with a closeable access provided with at least one opening which is blocked by a grille; the grille is fixed to the rim of the at least one opening by means of rivets, the body being shaped, at the opening, so as to form a perimetric fold for peripherally supporting by abutment the grille which is provided with a plurality of holes for the insertion and retention of the rivets.