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Most cats are not particularly happy travellers – they are usually bonded strongly to their own territory and feel very vulnerable off home ground.
Also consider the weather you will be travelling in – both your present situation and the likely temperature of your destination.
You will need to invest in a carrier which is strong and easy to clean should the cat urinate or defecate or become sick during the journey.There are a wide range to choose from – wicker, solid plastic, fibre-glass, plastic-coated wire mesh etc.The rewards of staying with the family 'pack' or the potential of exploring or walking somewhere new at the end of the journey do not excite the average feline in the same way as its canine cousins.If you wish to take your cat on a train/car or air journey you will have to ensure it is safely and comfortably secure in an appropriate carrier and is kept confined at the end of the journey, at least until it has become bonded to the new territory.If your car journey is going to lead to another type of travel, eg, in a plane, then you need to find out the type of carrier which the airline prefers or demands (see later).
If you have a large metal pen (such as those used for a dog when in the back of the car) then you may wish to put your cat in this, however, do bear in mind that larger is not necessarily better when it comes to the cat feeling safe and secure.
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If you are using a large crate you may be able to provide the cat with a litter tray although it is unlikely that it will actually use it during the journey.
It may be better to line the carrier well with newspaper and absorbent cloth in case an accident happens, and take some spare familiar-smelling bedding if you need to replace it.
The noise will probably drive you mad but the cat is unlikely to be suffering; just voicing its dislike of the situation!