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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:14 pm 
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A question to those who take their Bengal on long drives, road trips... etc.

I have a large SUV, bought a carry bag big enough for the cat and I bought a seat belt as well for the cat. But
1) what do you do regarding the litter box?
2) how often do you stop to feed and water the cat?
3) are there car feeders and car waterers out there?

Thank you for your feedback in advance.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:36 pm 
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If I were moving across country or traveling a long distance by car, I would personally opt for a large crate and have a small litter box in there as well as a place for travel bowls for food and a little water. My one long move, I had my kitty in a carrier and we stopped every couple of hours and took her out on a leash and let her stretch her feet. We would see if she wanted to eat or drink water or use the litter box (which we had stowed behind the front seat). Then, back in the carrier she went. Most cats are pretty stressed out by car rides and won't be eating much or using the litter box. However, that move was not with a bengal. I think for my Raiden, I would need larger accommodations and a nice cat bed that fit inside the large crate so he would be comfortable. He is going to cry and yowl no matter what.


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