Sedating cats for air travel
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According to Wikihow, cat sedatives can help your cat sleep and/or keep your feline friend calm during a long car ride.
Using a cat sedative is often a highly effective way to keep your cat calm while traveling.
Benadryl can also make it less likely that the motion of the car will cause your cat to vomit.
It took about 6 weeks of constant interaction to get them comfortable with being touched by people.
Xander was born in a house, was raised with people, & has always liked people; we got him when he was 2 years old, he flew when he was 12, he is now 15. Chibi appears to have been born in a house but then was apparently dumped & lived in our neighborhood as a stray for about 5 months and was very afraid of people; it still takes her months to warm up to a new person.
We caught her to take her to our vet because she had a large, festering sore on her tail.
(My son handled Momo, I had Shiro.) They are now 16.
(Sadly, Momo was accidentally let out the day before I permanently moved to be with them in June 2016.
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Since they had never been apart, we knew we had to take them together; when they are separated they meow, calling for the other brother.