Sedating cats for travel
Choosing a Medication Using Medication to Sedate Your Cat Using Non-Medication Sedation Methods Community Q&A There are a variety of reasons you may need to sedate your cat.
Perhaps your pet doesn't travel well or gets stressed out by vet exams or professional grooming.
Take a short drive of five to 10 minutes, then return home.
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The carrier should also have a secure latch on its door and side air vents so your cat can breathe fresh air.
Train the cat to associate positive events with the carrier.