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Cat Crates, Kennels and Carriers

Whether you’re driving down the street for a vet appointment or taking your feline friend on an extended trip to see the world, traveling with your cat usually requires an appropriate cat carrier. Some cats can get nervous when traveling, while others might just really want to get your attention which poses a risk while driving. Investing in a cat kennel will help keep both you and your feline friend more secure and protected.

FAQs About Cat Crates, Kennels and Carriers

Although some well-behaved, happy cats might not need to be put in a crate overnight, some cats may benefit from kenneling at night—especially if they are still learning to use their cat litter box. Other felines can benefit from spending the night in a cat crate; if you introduce a new additional pet to the home or if your cat is on medication.

Taking a road trip with your cat can be both fun and simple. If you plan on traveling in a car with your cat, do the following:

  • Talk with your vet to see if your cat is healthy enough to travel and get tips on dealing with car sickness, should your cat get ill.
  • Introduce your cat to the cat carrier on short trips to help get them used to being inside.
  • Make sure your cat has an ID tag on their collar.
  • Pack any medicine or other cat supplies you might need on the trip.
  • When you’re on the road, keep your kitty in the cat kennel while you’re driving for safety.
  • Stop every couple of hours to give your cat food and water and to let them stretch their legs or use the litter box.
  • Never leave your cat alone in the car