|Purred: Sun Jun 22, '08 5:10pm PST |
|aww that sounds like a fun trip! MOL
Just traveled with 4 cats behind a gate guard in the SUV for 5 very long days - most of the cats did just great (we have special Sandia who is a wonderful traveler thank god). After the first hour when they know this isn't a "trip to the vet" type car adventure, everyone quiets down and goes into what I call "zombie" mode - mostly just laying flat, pretending or really sleeping and now and then getting into the litter box.
I've also flown with 2 cats and I don't know what they would say other than they were paniciked, I thought one was going to have a heart attack for sure, and I personally thought they looked MUCH worse for the wear - even worse than dragging them across country for 5 seriously long days in the car
I've tried dramamine (ugh, I'd rather clean up their toss-up than watch them slather at the mouth in a stupor!!!)
Motel 8 typically has a 1 "nice" pet policy though they do say do not leave them in the room if you leave the room - this is for dog barking crazy when their owners go out for dinner?
Do a search as I think there are some very nice suite type hotels that also are "pet" friendly - we stayed at some extended stay type in suites and the bell man even took the cat carriers on the luggage up to our room for us
Remember, under the seat is an AWFUL place for a kitty to go hide - it's hot and with all those wires, a bad place for a human to try to get a cat OUT from under MOL We used to stuff pillows under the back end of ours so they can't get under and had the litter box on the floor board - but I'm lucky now to have the pet guard and for my traveling "cat" kingdom SUV.
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