From a road trip packing list to a cheat sheet of cat-in-car problems and solutions, this story will ensure a less bumpy ride for you and your fur baby.
From planning bathroom breaks to packing enough food (pet and others) for your drive, the duration of your trip is important to note for a variety of reasons.
Going to the vet is often seen as a new and scary venture for a cat, their behaviour could be quite telling.
Make sure you take time to get your pet comfortable with riding along roads, so it’s not the first time they take a drive in your metal steering steed.
A cat carrier can be considered the safest option, but can be an anxiety-inducing experience if your pet does not enjoy confined spaces.
When riding on the road for 2-3 days with your long-tailed pet, booking accommodation on your travels is a good idea to get a few hours of shut-eye.