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Cats in Carriers: What's Going Through Your Cat's Head?

Traveling with your cat at some point is inevitable. Whether it is a trip to the vet, a move, or even a vacation, all of these will require safely transporting your cat in some sort of cat carrier. It is best to start that process when your cat is young and work with his natural instincts and tendencies to make the experience as easy as possible. As a practicing veterinarian for over 30 years and one who travels the world with his cat, here are a few tips I’ve learned that I want to share with you and your cat.
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