Always spray the area about 30 minutes in advance to make sure your cat isn’t over exposed to the spray.
If you are using a pill or liquid form medication, start by wrapping your cat in a blanket.
Once your cat is wrapped go ahead and follow these steps to sedate a cat for travel: Yes.
I was surprised at how cheap and portable this cat calming spray was on Amazon.
It’s very easy to use and it doesn’t require your cat to ingest anything.
Your cat may not swallow the medication, or if they vomit you won’t know how much medication they actually ingested.
Your cat may even experience side effects like an upset stomach or other much more severe side effects.
So calm that they may just nap for the entire duration of the trip. Maybe they wont nap for the entire trip unless you give them too much medicine on accident, but they will be in a much more submissive state and easier to deal with.
The first step you can take is to talk to your vet.
You simply spray your cat’s carrier or the area he will be in and let it soak in.
Make sure to use a cat carrier that is the perfect size for your cat.
Planes are very cramped and can give your cat an increased amount of stress and anxiety.