Thursday, March 3, 2016

How To Travel With Cat

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.

cat carrier

How To Travel With Cat Tips

Iraveling 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.

When you move

Cats have a strong homing instinct, so when you move, help your cat acclimatize tobits new surroundings Do not place your cat in the moving van, but take it with you in your car. On arrival, provide it with food, water, and a litter box.