Pet Travel: keep pets safe all year long

BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

4 Responses

  1. mariodacat says:

    Excellent tips – we are pretty much done traveling now, but wish I would have known about some of these 20 years ago. Great article.

  2. Penelope says:

    We have traveled with our pets for almost 30 years now. One thing we do when camping, or hoteling, we create temporary tags and attach them to our pets collars. You can purchase round cardboard tags for keys that have a metal rim on the edge. We print our room or campsite number as well as our cell number, and if a hotel, the hotel name on the temporary tags. That way if they get spooked and run, whoever finds them can easily reach us. Nellie escaped when housekeeping opened the door to our hotel room in Vancouver once (even though we had the do not disturb sign on the knob). A room service waiter found her 2 floors down and had front desk return her to our room before we got back. They were thrilled we had made it easy for them.

  3. Summer says:

    These are all great tips! My human travels with me frequently, and she would never, ever leave me in a car. Like, ever! I think she is familiar with every drive through fast food place in southern California, MOL!

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