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What airlines allow cats

Most airlines do allow cats on board, but you should check with the airline. We personally have flown with our cat, Boggan, on many airlines with no problems.

Q: Do I need to purchase a special ticket?

A: You do not need a special cat ticket.

Q: Do I need a health certificate?

A: After the final inspection of your pet, the vet will stamp your pet with a Health Certificate. You will then be required to have this Health Certificate on hand at all times while traveling. It is important that your pet be healthy enough to travel.

Q: Do I need to have a special boarding pass?

A: No, you will use the same boarding pass as your pet.

Q: Does my pet need a leash?

A: No, your pet does not need a leash.

There are many other questions that we have not covered in this section, but if you have a question, please feel free to email us at [email protected]

If you are traveling with a pet, please make sure you are prepared. Here are some helpful tips to help you plan for your trip:

Be prepared to have your pet’s health certificate with you at all times while traveling.

Make sure your cat is up-to-date on vaccinations and flea/tick preventatives.

Make sure your cat has a collar that is easily recognizable.

Make sure your cat is up-to-date on their rabies shots.

Make sure your cat has a passport, health certificate and vaccination records with you.

Make sure your cat is microchipped.

Make sure your cat is current on their shots.

Make sure your cat’s carrier is compatible with their bedding.

Make sure your cat is comfortable in their carrier.

If you have any questions regarding pets traveling internationally, please feel free to email us at [email protected] We are happy to answer any questions you may have.

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