Ten of The Most Travel Friendly Cat Breeds

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It’s not the easiest thing to travel with cats.   That’s why we wrote an article on it.   There’s a lot of preparation involved as well as things you really need to know as you’re on the road.   For example. what do you do at a rest stop?  How do you handle a cat that’s super anxious?  Too many variables involved.  Another variable?  The type of cat you take on your trip.  If you’re going on a road trip or on a plane with a cat it might help to have a certain type of breed.  If you have any great cat traveling stories be sure to submit them to us!  In the meantime,  here are 10 travel friendly cat breeds.

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