Check with your host first. Make sure they are comfortable with having your pet as a guest. If not, ask now for suggestions of pet-friendly facilities nearby. Hotels and inns that accept pets are popular during holidays and book early.
Bring along a good supply of your pet's food and familiar water and food bowls. Bring a copy of your pet's vaccination records from the vet.
If you plan to travel with your cat, take out your carrier a week in advance, line it with one of your cat's favorite blankets and put in catnip toys so your cat will get used to spending time in it.
More Life Headlines
Living with Children: Mom gets an F for micromanaging teen’s homework Lady Gaga ‘like herself’ on ‘AHS’ Today in History Barbecue tradition: Has N.C. barbecue moved past the pits? Spice is nice in simmer sauces ‘The Wine Bible’ is updated: What’s changed in 14 years? The right red wines to uncork with your BBQ Rapper Pitbull lends celebrity to charter school near Vegas
Our to-do list full of ideas for your weekend
Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.