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Old 10th October 2019, 14:46   #1 (permalink)
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travel with a cat.

When I go back to UK permanently next year i'll be taking my 10 year old cat and she'll have to travel in the hold of the plane as shes too heavy for the cabin. Shes an extremely anxious cat and just taking her to the vets for injection today has stressed her immensely. Because we live high up and she never goes out its all very strange to her. I wonder if anyone has any experience of travelling with pets going in the hold? Particularly cats....
How long does it take to get your pet back after the flight lands? Has anyone used sedation for their pet? Apparently you can give pets Benadryl according to Google???? I will of course speak to my vet about this but wondered if anyone has any experience?

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Re: travel with a cat.

Maybe best to speak to someone from for instance Alanya strays as they rehome and know people that have adopted and relocated pets. The last one I remember was a dog that went to USA. Cats also get flown out with new owners.
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Re: travel with a cat.

This was a big problem for us too Alison when we moved from Cyprus back to Turkey, we brought our rescue dog, who is very nervous of loud noises, and the blooming cat that adopted us was even worse, when we took him to the vets he howled loud and messed in the box. The vet gave us sedation for the cat, but told us to use it a few days before to monitor him, as we wasn't sure how much he needed, our dog was fine with travelling, its was just the noise. We were told not to feed them from the day before, but just give them water, and everythinng went like clockwork, much to our relief. Our dog came out of hold all happy and excited and the cat slept all the way, with a towel over his box, apart from when we had to drag him out of his box at Istanbul to go through the scanner. You will be fine, but it's always a worry. Good luck. xx
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