Does your pet travel, or does cat behavior leave no doubt Kitty is a homebody? Whether you plan to hit the road with your feline on a regular basis, or must travel with or without cats only rarely, kitty correct travel tips save a lot of heartache. Refer to these 6 cat behavior articles covering ways to travel (or stay at home) while keeping the cat and your human family happy.
You have options whether to travel with your cat, or leave her behind. How long can you safely leave a cat alone in the house—one day, a weekend, or longer? What should you consider if boarding your cat? Cat sitters may be a good option but how do you choose? Refer to this article for answers.
Sometimes only one of your pets must be boarded-maybe the dog goes with you on the road or stays with family but the kitty remains at home. Or perhaps the older, ill cat stays at the veterinarians to receive treatment while healthier felines get attention from the neighbor child. Once everyone comes home, there can be some angst while everyone becomes reacquainted. This article explains the cat behavior involved, and how to relieve the stress.
Perfect, angelic cats may turn into a devil-kitty when you leave for vacation - or when you return home. What's going on? Is the cat mad at you and trying to get even for being left behind? NO! And this article explains what's going on, and how to avoid hit-or-miss litter box behaviors, aggression or shy behavior that can develop around vacation plans.
If you plan to travel anywhere by car with your cat, this article explains the step-by-step process. Once kitty feels comfortable, you can safely carpool with your favorite feline over holidays or other events.
When the car trip takes longer than a day to reach your destination, you'll need overnight accommodations. Cats accustomed to traveling by car in carriers usually do quite well. Refer to this article for how to find pet-friendly hotels, what to expect, and what's expected of you when visiting hotels with your cat.
Cat show kitties do it all the time. Why not your cat? If you decide to travel by plane with your cat, read this important article to learn what to do before, during, and after the trip. That keeps your cat safe, and you both less harried.