|A carrier with a removable top is best.|
1.Rehearse visits to the hospital. Use positive rewards. Avoid punishing as it can have unintended effects like redirected aggression.
2. Adapt cats to carriers. Take kittens and cats on short rides. Try to begin as early in life as possible. Cats often feel safe and secure in their little transportable home.
3. Bring items for the cat such as bedding or a toy.
|"Feliway" spray to help with anxiety.|
7. Consider spraying a synthetic feline facial pheromone spray at least 30 min prior to placing the cat in the carrier.
8. Placing a towel over the carrier will prevent visual arousal. Try to secure the carrier while driving using the seatbelt to give some added security.