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  • flisterthree
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    If transporting your pet by air is the only option, find out whether they can travel in the cabin with you. Most airlines will allow you to take a cat or small dog in the cabin for an additional fee. But you must call the airline well in advance; there are limits to the number of animals allowed in the cabin.
    Last edited by flisterthree; 12-19-2020, 01:42 PM.

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  • admin
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    Re: Airline Travel With Cat

    nathandev - all live animals must enter Ireland as air cargo according to regulations of commercial airlines. You can research pet friendly ferries between the mainland and Ireland such as Irish Ferries so you can avoid this requirement. :-)
    Susan

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  • nathandev
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    Airline Travel With Cat

    Hi,

    I'm planning on taking my cat from Germany to Ireland in June and although the most important things (blood test, paperwork, vaccinations, and microchip) are arranged, I'm freaking out about the actual travel. I keep hearing horror stories about cats not being allowed in cabin despite the booking. I've found Pettravel.com on travelsites.com/travel-with-pets/ so join the forum to give a shot.

    I'm doing all the research that I can, I have started shopping for all the travel essentials (wee pads, wipes, bin bags, foldable drink bowl, etc.) but I would love to hear some positive stories from others who took their cat (in cabin) and how everything went fine and perfectly.

    Thanks in advance!
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