The traveling cat
Cats are not very good travelers, so if your cat has to go on a journey, place it in a suitable carrier. Cat carriers are made from wicker, wire, plastic, and cardboard. The carrier should be strong and well ventilated. Never let a cat roam free on the back seat of a car or leave a cat alone in a car on a warm day - if you must leave a cat unattended, make sure there is ventilation and keep it out of direct sunlight. If the journey lasts for more than half an hour, stop to let the cat use a litter box and ro eat and drink.
How To Travel With Cat TipsIraveling cats should be conjfned in a proper cat carrier.
1 Place the cat carrier in an enclosed - space, so that if your cat struggles free, you will be able to catch it quickly.
2 When the cat is inside the carrier, check that the door is securely fastened, and then lake it to the car.