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Pet travel container kit

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6568347.

The travel container of the present invention is a disposable package in the form of a kit for the storage of a predefined quantity of drinking water and a predefined quantity of pet food in independent pouches to form a predefined meal for a pet dog or pet cat when traveling on a short excursion. The travel container includes, in combination, an open receptacle having a relatively deep compartment with a flat bottom and a large opening for storing a supply of pet food in a closed pouch, a separate sealed pouch in which a source of water is stored and a cover lid for closing the open receptacle. The supply of pet food and the source of water are present in proportional amounts to form a predefined convenience pet meal upon opening the pouch of pet food and the water pouch and combining the water with the pet food.

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