Further enhance the appeal of the carrier with a sprinkling of catnip or by regularly giving your cat tasty treats inside the carrier.Get your cat used to the car, especially if you plan to take a long trip. Place the carrier in the car on a flat surface, such as the floor or a car seat.She’s only been in a car twice, both times to go to the vet.Dexter gets carsick, though we’ve found a homeopathic treatment that works for him.In fact she gets all excited when it’s time to go somewhere in the car, especially “to grandma’s”.As much as I’m against pharmaceuticals and drugs, I’m actually considering a sedative for all 4 cats to make the trip a little less stressful, both for them and me.Spray your car with a cat pheromone product before departing on your trip.
Treat your cat with a prescription cat drug designed to calm and sedate cats and reduce motion sickness, one of the major causes of stress for cats during car travel.
The Merck Veterinary Manual recommends medications like chlorpromazine, phenobarbital and diazepam.
These drugs are available from your vet, who can also determine the appropriate dosage for your cat's age and weight.
Samson & Soafie, the indoor cats, aren’t much for car travel either.
All the cats spend the entire time in the car yowling, panting, and generally causing a ruckus.
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