Whether your just going on a long drive or flying across the country, travelling with your cat can be difficult. We have learned some tips and tricks to easy cat travel. Make sure you are ready for your next full family adventure with this reliable gear.
Of course your first need is a portable home for your cat. Our recommendation is this Jet Sitter Pet Carrier. When looking for a pet carrier look for one with enough room for your pet to be comfortable, and a design that you will be comfortable carrying. Carriers like the one shown have hard bottoms which protect the bags shape even when it is being carried. This will make both you and your cat very happy.
This Combination Food and Water Travel Dish and Container certainly checks a lot of boxes. If you want a compact solution to the on the go life then this is your friend. The bottle is split in half vertically to store food on one side and water on the other. It also includes two silicon collapsible bowls to satisfy even the most minimalist travelers.
If your cat does not know what it means to "calm down" then you may need to educate them with the Feliway Pheromone Travel Spray. Pheromone sprays like this use our knowledge of feline brain chemistry to making them feel more relaxed. These sprays work amazingly with some pets and have less effects on others. We trust Feliway because it is a reputable brand who has been working on this product for some time.
This one you have probably heard of but might not think to take with you. After being cooped up travelling your cat will want to run. What better to get them running then a good 'ol fashion laser pointer. Of course any toy that your cat loves will do but not many are as tiny as one of these. Cats also enjoy tehse so much that it may help them overcome some of their anxiety.
Now onto everyone's least favorite subject.... cat litter. Luckily the Cat's Pride KatKit Disposable Trays make matters a lot easier. These are something we regularly buy if we are taking our cats anywhere. It avoids having to borrow something, going to a store to buy a litter or a box, and most importantly having to transport a dirty litter box.