Sedating cat on plane Unmonitored webcam
We really cannot stress enough that crate training is the absolute best way to prepare anxious pets for travel.If you need tips for how to do so (for example, leaving the top off of the kennel first), please visit this page for cats (https:// and this one for your dog (https://You can also place a T-shirt or something that smells like you in the crate, and many people also try natural/herbal remedies.Feel free to discuss with your vet, but remember that actual sedation is not a good idea. Reply I have just booked my 2 year old retriever dog and 9 year old cat on the plane from the canary islands to the UK, Both are very nervous, my dog hates noise or people moving things.Check out more information about the the dangers of sedating pets during air travel and the best alternatives: Also, some of our clients have explored various natural products that can have calming effects (think herbal remedies) -- this is worth asking your vet about or checking your local pet store.You can also place a T-shirt or blanket in the travel crate that smells like you or that reminds him of home.including airport and transportation time the cat will probably be traveling for 16 hours. anyone have any advice for taking a cat on an 11 hour flight? my cat would be with me during the flight but he is normally very vocal when uncomfortable and would probably meow for 11 hours...
16 hours is a long time..amount of sedation they would have to use is much more probably than they used on my cat.
So far we are most likely going to go with the Sherpa run of the mill carrier for both cats.