How do you travel long distance with a cat?
Long Distance Travel With Cats
- See your veterinarian. Pay a visit to your healthcare provider before traveling.
- Gradually introduce your cat to new equipment.
- Book at pet-friendly hotels.
- Find a vet at the destination.
- Make them comfortable.
- Plan stopovers.
- Do not let your cat roam around while you are driving.
- Bring lots of water.
Is it OK to travel with my cat?
So, you want to take your cat on a trip with you, or you are moving. If it is a one way trip, you don’t really have a lot of options; your cat needs to come with you. Cats do not travel well; they tend to get very stressed. Cats like routine, they like the safety of their home, and they don’t like change.
What can I give my cat for traveling?
Most cat medications used to prevent motion sickness while traveling with cats in a car are very safe antihistamines, and many cats eventually will travel without the aid of medical assistance. Just in case, bring a roll of paper towels.
How much Benadryl Can I give my cat for traveling?
Faught says his office doses Benadryl at about one milligram per pound. For an average sized cat, you’ll probably want to give half of a 25-milligram tablet. A 10-pound cat will most likely need about four milliliters of liquid (available at a concentration of 12.5mg/5ml) to get the right dose, he says.