This may sound strange, and most cats might hiss and spit at the idea.
But with patience and much training it can be done. Some say certain breeds can adapt to traveling better than others, and that’s true. A very calm relaxed cat will adapt to a new environment a lot quicker and easier.
When searching for the right cat as a travel companion, look for a very calm affectionate breed.
A list of breeds fitting that description are….
The Siamese cat
And the Bengal Cat
Although any VERY affectionate cat, that has been well adjusted and calm in nature can become a traveler. As long as you are with them. Never attempt to travel with a cat you have just become acquainted with.
When you feel your cat is ready to take the first trip, be sure to make it a short and pleasant one. These small trips will gain your pets trust.
So if this sounds like your kind of adventure, then you might want to invest in a portable litter box,
or a cat carrier that comes with a litter box. As well as a harness and leash.
Always check with your veterinarian to find the safest, most practical ways to travel with your pet, especially when it comes to cats.
And if your travels are taking you by plane….
Contact the airline ahead of time, as some breeds and carriers are not accepted.
For more travel tips..