Would it be ok to bring my cat on a trip?
I really want to bring my cat on a camping trip i don't have a tent, i have a trailer and it has a couple beds and has a seprate outdoor room the campground is called WoodHaven it has a huge park and a couple trees, our lot has a huge yard and would be perfect for a cat i would buy a cat leash and harnis, i have a LOT of flea and tick pretection. My cat never really runs away but she just likes to role in the grass and eat it. So if you wonder what kind of campground it is go on woodhaven.com.
on Jan 18th 2010
in Car Travel
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It's hard to believe, but most cats are homebodies. They don't need getaways like we do. I would worry that your kitty may inadvertently escape, and being far from home, not know how to get back to you and safety. Having said that, if you really want to bring her along, it's certainly better than leaving her at home alone with a few bowls of food and water. I would absolutely have her micro-chipped before you go. It's not that expensive and your cat can be identified and returned to you if she does get out. While you do that, make sure she's up-to-date on all her vaccinations including and especially rabies. And, of course, if she's not spayed, she should be before you go.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 1/18/10. Helpful? / 1
I mean you could take the kitty with you but remember it may need to be acclimated to the RV first. But it is possible. But they do prefer home. Hope this helps.
Sussie Q (pronounced Suzzie Q) answered on 1/18/10. Helpful? / 0