Why Won't My Cat Use The Litter Tray? 5 Tips For Cat Owners

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The majority of cats can easily adapt to riding in a car if they have a cat carrier that they are comfortable with. It should not only be durable, but spacious enough for a cat to stand and move about. Long before the road trip, leave the carrier in any of your pet's favorite sleeping areas. Usually, the door can be taken out to be used inside the home. Cover the bottom part with a blanket they have previously slept on, or place one of the clothes you have just worn but have not yet been washed. Every now and then, place her favorite food inside the carrier. If the cat doesn't fall for the treat, you have to patiently feed her with regular food inside the carrier.

For both your safety, don't let your cat roam inside the car while you are driving. Many unfavorable things may happen, like she could distract you, which could result to a serious accident. On the other hand, she could get thrown and hit something on a sudden stop. For the cat to feel more comfortable and to remain quiet, it would be best to cover the carrier with a towel when the car is moving. Do what is best for your pet.