Every year, millions of dogs and cats end up escaping from their loving homes, and are never able to be reunited with their owners. While some end up being taken in by a good Samaritan and raised in a new family, others meet a more unfortunate fate, being euthanized in overpopulated shelters, or being forced to survive harsh conditions out in the wild.
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Cats seem to be natural escape artists. They somehow manage to squeeze their flexible bodies into, and out of, all sorts of confining spaces, including gates, fences and other obstacles. Sometimes they even manage to tree themselves! Unlike their canine comrades, cats are also slightly more independent, and tend to remain outside long after Fido has found his way home.
Certain life situations may require your cat to travel with you. If it’s in the best interest of your pet to include them in your travel plans, or if you are relocating, the following tips may help.
Having a copy of your dog’s, cat’s, ferret’s, or other pet’s veterinary records is important in determining what type of care and treatment he may need.