Sedating your cat Real amateur adult chat

22-May-2016 02:30

Pet owners can help their cats get used to both the carrier and the car to help remove the foreignness of the situation.

Your vet can also suggest prescription medications to help calm your cat and soothe away motion sickness for a relaxed travel experience.

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Just like some humans, cats are susceptible to motion sickness.

The carrier is swung and bounced around, dogs stick their face up to the cage door in the waiting room, and all this before the vet even looks at them!

Should I keep the AC on in the car to keep the cat from overheating?

What is your thoughts and opinions on giving the cat mild sedation from the vet?

It is easier for the cats, it is easier for you, and it is easier for us if our kitty friends are happy here. It starts at home A nervous cat in the clinic most likely wasn’t thrilled about getting in their carrier at home.

Let’s start them out on a happier feeling by addressing the carrier.

The carrier is swung and bounced around, dogs stick their face up to the cage door in the waiting room, and all this before the vet even looks at them!

Should I keep the AC on in the car to keep the cat from overheating?

What is your thoughts and opinions on giving the cat mild sedation from the vet?

It is easier for the cats, it is easier for you, and it is easier for us if our kitty friends are happy here. It starts at home A nervous cat in the clinic most likely wasn’t thrilled about getting in their carrier at home.

Let’s start them out on a happier feeling by addressing the carrier.

Here they can enjoy the comfort and freedom of home in our cage-free environment or their very own private suite!