Sedating house cats for travel
A microchip implant is even more useful because it is a permanent form of identification.If it is going to be a long journey you may have your cat checked by your vet to ensure it is healthy before it travels.I just brought my two cats home from their dental cleaning and found out that they both have kidney disease. Both cats are active, eat well, drink water, and are not lethargic. I'm a senior citizen and cannot afford any more expense. And, it is extremely difficult for me to put them in their cat carriers. And, it bothers me that they are so very strssed out after their visit. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that you and your kitties are having these struggles.
Cheap cardboard carrying boxes are widely available from veterinary surgeons, animal charities and pet shops but they are not suitable for a long journey because they are not secure enough.There should be a dish of water and dried food may sometimes be useful on a lengthy journey.If your cat has a favourite toy, put that in its carrying box.This product is safe to use and it may help somewhat. One other thought..vet may possibly be willing to phone a prescription for medication in to a pharmacy near you. I am just this moment in between dentistries and they will average about 0 each today. Travelling can be a stressful experience for human beings and it is probably equally so for cats, although for different reasons.