Sedating your cat
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Oh, and also how much you miss the rascal -- of course.
Many people drink chamomile tea before bed to help them relax, and the same anti-anxiety properties are just as effective for cats.
The very first rule of traveling with your cat is to have an ID tag or other means of identification securely affixed to the kitty.
Thousands of dogs and cats end up in shelters simply because the owners never dreamed the pet would get loose or become lost while on a trip.
Get an ID tag, or at the very least microchip your cat!
Before you leave make sure you consider the option of leaving your cat in a hometown boarding facility Many are just for cats and do not board dogs.
About one cat out of ten will not respond in the common way to a particular medication or a particular dose.
You do not want to find this out the morning of an eight-hour, midwinter trip through the Rockies to accept that national writing award you won for the article on "Logical Steps To Effective Planning".However, the dried flowers are a better way to expose your cat to its stress relief benefits.Studies in animals have shown that chamomile contains substances that act on the same parts of the brain and nervous system as anti-anxiety drugs do. (Even with an empty stomach the vomiting reflex can be very strong.) If you must bring the hyperactive cat with you, medication to sedate the kitty will surely make the trip safer, easier and less stressful for both you and the cat. Once you have the medication, the key is to give it to your cat well before the trip starts.Some cats start their Tae Bo routine as soon as they hear the word !Be nonchalant, sneak a little medication in a treat, and don’t mention the C-A-R anywhere near the cat prior to your trip.