After you arrive…

While in the clinic waiting room, keep the towel on the carrier and sit as far away as possible from dogs.After returning home (if other cats are around), take a cloth and rub the other cats. Then rub the returning cat with the same cloth – this can reduce conflicts.Don’t worry if your cat seems [...]

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The Ride

To reduce motion sickness, avoid feeding your cat a few hours before the trip.After you’ve placed your cat in the carrier, place a towel over the carrier. This should help calm your cat.In the car, drive smoothly, reduce the noise (music, honking, etc.). Instead, talk to your cat, as your voice can be reassuring. A [...]

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Preparing the Carrier

 Look for a carrier with proper ventilation, made of sturdy plastic, with a front door and, ideally, with a top that can be lifted out of.Place the open carrier in an undisturbed area where your cat likes to spend time. With time, your cat will get used to it.Place a piece of clothing with your [...]

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