Make sure you have a secure Carry Cage for your cat to travel in. If you don't, you should really invest in a carrier which is strong and easy to clean should the cat urinate or defecate or become sick during the journey. There are a wide range of carry cages to choose from. We recommend the Airline approved PP20 Carry Cages. It is best to avoid the cardboard or very cheap, light plastic boxes as they are not strong enough for longer periods, especially if they became wet (Soiled in).
Make sure you place the carry cage with your cat in it where it will be secure if you have to brake suddenly but where it also has a good air flow – ie, not underneath lots of other luggage in the back of the car. Do not put the cat in the boot and please be careful when using the rear of hatchbacks – ventilation may be poor and the cat may overheat. You can secure the carry cage behind one of the front seats or use the seat belt to make sure it is held securely on the seat.
We wish you all the best for your Journey and we look forward to seeing all our guests visiting us for Easter.