Sedating your cat for travel
Don’t ever allow your kitty to roam freely inside your car as it may hide under the seats or bolt towards your pedals.
You should never leave your cat alone in the car even if it’s for 15-20 minutes, because it could overheat, panic, or even die.
You should opt for a mild feline sedative if you’re unsure about your furball’s anxiety and motion sickness. Airlines don’t allow for sedated animals to travel as it makes it difficult to tell if they are experiencing heat stroke or other types of health issues. Don’t just leave your cat in the designated cargo compartment.
With a little thought and preparation it can go smoothly for everyone involved.Use treats and spacious carriers to make the experience more pleasant for your furry pal.Before you schedule a journey, try to come up with other alternatives.It may be necessary to travel with your cat, whether it's a short trip to the veterinarian or a family vacation.Traveling can be frightening for your cat, so here are some suggestions to reduce your cat's stress.