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5 Cat Breeds You Can Actually Take on a Road Trip

Cats are generally known as animals that prefer not to travel. After all, who hasn't heard the heartbroken, tortured wails emanating from cat carriers on the way to the vet or the horror stories of crates turned into urine- and feces-splattered hellholes? But the truth is there are some cats who tolerate, and even enjoy, a good road trip. If you're a traveling soul and you want a feline companion with good behavior, read on for some tips.
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