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Travelling in the car long distances with your cat can prove a nightmare. Just like any animal, cats do not like change. They don't like changes of scenery, they don't like changes in their environment, and they especially don't like being shoved in a box and stuffed in the back of a sedan.
More and more people are travelling with their cat, or wanting to. There are a couple of key considerations when it comes to travelling with cats. One of the most important is their litter box requirements. Check out these cat carrier litter box combos.
I have had to travel with my cats. Primarily to the vet's office in town, but I have also had to do it over longer distances. Using medicine to calm cats for travel can be very helpful, especially if you have a nervous cat. If travelling is something you have to do with your cat and you're worried about the stress it will cause this article is written to help you out.