Finding a Good Petsitter — Even on the Road

Finding a good petsitter (or pet sitter) is not always easy, but is often the best choice for the comfort and safety of our cats. Not only do many cats not like traveling, a pet sitter is necessary when you have concerns like heat, cold, or illness. Here are some tips...
Litter on the Road: Choosing the Right Cat Litter & Litter Box

Litter on the Road: Choosing the Right Cat Litter & Litter Box

For long distance travel, you — and your cat — are going to need a litter box and litter. According to various studies on long-distance driving by everyone, we should take a break every 2-3 hours when driving longs distances.(And if you want some more good advice on...
Cat Food for Traveling

Cat Food for Traveling

Cats can get carsick, too. And the stress of travel can lead to an upset stomach. So feeding can be a little bit tricky even when the trip is a short one. For short trips it is best to not feed your cat for 4-6 hours before the trip. This includes trips to the vet....
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