Road trips can be fun for people, but cats require more preparation than just tossing an extra soda in the cooler
Read these tips before your next car trip with your cat!
- Plan pit stops every 2-3 hours to offer your cat access to the litter box and water.
- If your cat needs special food or medicines, pack extra to avoid emergencies.
- Be sure that your cat has an up-to-date microchip and is wearing an easy-to read ID tag on his collar.
- Talk with your veterinarian to be sure your cat is healthy enough to travel and learn what to do if your cat gets carsick.
- Confirm that any hotels where you’ll be staying allow cats.
- If your cat tends to be easily stressed, talk to your vet about possible medical help.
- Exercise, feed and provide water to your cat before starting your trip (unless otherwise directed by your vet).
- Keep your cat restrained in the car to avoid accidents.
- Practice driving short distances to help your cat feel comfortable in the car!
- Never leave your cat alone in the car!
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