My 11-year old cat starting pooping in her carrier when she was about three. It's almost an automatic response to being in the thing for more than one minute. Since we don't travel much, it's never been a huge issue - she just has to get a bath every year when we come home from the vet. But we're moving across the country soon and I am pretty sure I will have to fly. I can't imagine subjecting strangers to the rank stuff she produces when she's in the carrier. I don't want to sedate her, but I can't think of anything else to do. Does anyone else have experience with this problem or advice?
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1/4/09 at 10:30am