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Q. they don't make cat carriers super secure anymore seems mostly petmate i wan excellent quility where can i find one i have searched everywhere she is

A. Everyone has different preferences when it comes to pet carriers. The most secure ones are the carriers designed for airline use. You can visit any pet retail website and look up reviews for their carriers.

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