Words from the experts
Struggle to medicate your pet?
Vets, nurses, groomers, cat rescue, all know the magic of a Wrapsio!
Firstly can I say that this has been such a useful product for us. Being a scruff free practice it has given me and my colleagues protection when handling patients who arrive fearful or in pain.
“We’re able to very gently take bloods in a beautiful Wrapsio. It’s just wonderful because it’s like a big cuddle in a blanket. The cat feels secure; the nurse feels secure – because we know we are all safe. Unlike a towel, you’re not going to get a claw through it!”
I have used your wonderful Wrapsio Cat Wrap a couple of times already. And this little half-feral kitten really bit in there, but not into our hands. I think the cat wrap is great and more secure than the normal blankets I had used here up to now.
Both Emma (vet nurse) & I think the Wrapsio Cat Wrap is awesome. We have two now! We don’t do gauntlets or cat muzzles; we tend to find the Wrapsio by far the best form of safe restraint.
I was impressed with the Wrapsio. The weightiness of it really immobilised the cats without any distressing restraint or risk to the handler. Great!
“We have tried out the Wrapsio and have found it’s fantastic! It’s worked really well with scratching cats and it’s given us much more confidence!”
I really like the Wrapsio Wraps. They are much better than a towel as they don’t slip, and I can get a much more secure hold on my patient. I feel that the patient can’t wriggle as much, and the softer fabrics mean for me, they’re easier to manoeuvre
My Wrapsio is a lovely soft but heavy material, which the cats seem very relaxed in. It’s flexible enough to wrap the cat as needed to expose the head only or head and forelimb. They really do look like a little cat burrito (Purrito!) when wrapped, and the nervous cats I’ve used it with feel secure, which helps calm down everyone in the room!
I am impressed with the Wrapsio Bird Wrap and consider it a valuable aid when extracting a bird from its cage. It is as maneuverable and versatile as a towel (which I have always used) but offers a great deal more protection from claws and beaks, which, in some species, can cause significant damage. So far, neither the Wrap nor I show any sign of damage! I would very much prefer my staff and colleagues, if they are nervous, to use a Wrapsio, rather than gloves or gauntlets.