Sedating a cat for travel in a car
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There are a few fearless felines that are not finicky about traveling, but for many cats, traveling and leaving their familiar surroundings can be sheer terror.
However, it is possible to travel with a cat without a huge amount of problems.
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There are a variety of reasons you may need to sedate your cat.
She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota in 1998.
I lined the portable cage with So Phresh Quilted Potty Pads (click here for latest price from Amazon) just in case there were any spills or accidents from the cats. This portable travel crate for cats was a stress-saver for both me and my two fur babies. I decided to switch cat food (yes while in the middle of a road trip) to the same food my daughter’s cats are currently on; Iams Proactive Health Original Adult Dry Cat Food. I used Kitty’s Wonderbox disposable litter box and the best cat litter for odor control; Fresh Step Ultra Unscented.