Sedating older cat for travel

If it is likely to be very hot then use a basket which allows a good air flow through – if it is going to be cold then one which can provide draft-free warmth while still allowing a good air flow would be useful.If your car journey is going to lead to another type of travel, eg, in a plane, then you need to find out the type of carrier which the airline prefers or demands (see later).

Of course you get the occasional cat which travels frequently with its owner and does not panic or run off in a new environment, however, these are few and far between.See our information on how to choose and use a cat carrier.Also consider the weather you will be travelling in – both your present situation and the likely temperature of your destination.This may also affect the timing of the flight you choose.The International Air Transport Association Standards say a container must be large enough to stand up in and turn around with ease – check with individual airlines on what they need.

Most cats are not particularly happy travellers – they are usually bonded strongly to their own territory and feel very vulnerable off home ground.

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