Travel for Cats

travel for cats

Cats do not like a lot of space when travelling and we find they prefer to stay in the carriers they are presented to us in. We find that if allowed to have too much space they just fret and want to return to their own carrier.  A familiar blanket or toy to help them relax is advisable.

If your cat needs to go on a journey of more than 20 minutes, we ask that they are not fed at least 5 hours prior to travelling. Cats in particular can feel quite ill if they travel on a full tummy.

On longer journeys we place the cat in its carrier within a larger crate that has a cat litter tray available for them to use.

Cats and dogs are segregated to avoid stress.

If you are transporting your cat to or from Europe, have a look at our European Travel page for further information.

Whether you just need to get your cat to the vet, or your feline friend needs to take a longer trip, don't hesitate to request a quote.  We'll get back to you asap but to give you some idea of our rates:  (London to Edinburgh - approx £600) - (North Norfolk to London - approx £250.00) -  (Bristol to Dover - approx £240) - (York to London - approx £330) - (Cambridge to London - Approx - £130.00).

We are also very pleased to answer any other questions you might have so please do get in touch


Pawsome Premier Transport is a family run business, run by professionals from the Pet Industry.  We have a huge love of animals and will always treat our customers’ pets as our own.  Our VIP’s, Very Important Pets, welfare is our priority.

 Q – Are you DEFRA registered?

A – Yes the company is registered with DEFRA to transport animals.

Q – My pet only weighs 6lbs does this mean the cost is cheaper?

A – The journey is being made specifically to transport your pet and this will incur the standard transportation rate.

Q – How many animals do you transport?

A – Only your pets.  We do not transport pets from several families

Q – What vehicle do you use?

A – We use vehicles fitted with the necessary safety equipment to transport pets.  All vehicles are serviced and maintained regularly and have air conditioning, essential in warmer climates.

Q – Do you use the ferry?

A – No we always use the Chunnel.  It is a much faster, smoother way to travel and it means your pet does not have to be left alone in the hold as they do on a ferry.  We can be with them all the time.

Q – What if there is an emergency?

A – Our drivers are trained pet first aiders.  Once they have made sure they have done all they can they will take your pet straight to a vet if necessary.

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