Doing so can minimize stress for your cat — and in turn, for you! (Photo: Thinkstock)
Be sure that your carrier fits the airline’s requirements. Your cat should be able to stand up, lay down and turn around without any discomfort. Worried that your cat will hate the carrier? Try these steps to help your cat like his carrier at the start of your travel planning. (Photo: Thinkstock)
Call and confirm that any hotels where you’ll be staying will also allow your cat. Worried about how your cat will behave in the hotel? Watch this video for tips for helping pets have safe hotel stays. (Photo: Thinkstock)
Ask your vet how often you should offer your cat food, water and access to the litter box while you’re en route to your destination. (Photo: Thinkstock)
If your cat requires special food or medications, be sure to pack extra to avoid emergencies. (Photo: Thinkstock)
If your cat tends to be easily stressed, talk to your vet ahead of time about possible medical help. (Photo: Thinkstock)
Exercise your cat with some playtime and provide food and water (unless otherwise directed by your veterinarian). (Photo: Thinkstock)
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