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  • Bringing cats to London

    My friend and I will be moving to London in July and will be bringing our 2 cats. We're flying with EVA Airline. I'm worried about our cats. Has anyone had any problems bringing their pets to London? Anything I should ask the airline before we fly?

    Thanks.

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    The airlines have a good record of handling pets traveling in the cargo section. I am not sure where you are currently located but are you aware of the requirement for a blood titer test six months in advance of travel to avoid quarantine. Your cats can probably travel in the same IATA compliant pet crate. they will travel as manifested cargo in a special section of the cargo hold where the temperature and pressure is nearly the same as in the cabin.

    If you have additional questions please let me know.

    If you need the complete forms and instruction for taking cats into the UK go to [url]www.pettravelstore.com[/url] and then click on Pet Passports - immigration info.

    Jerry

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    • #3
      If you wish to avoid having the cats go into quarantine for six months they must first be micro chipped with the ISO micochip, then vaccinated for rabies and have a blood titer test. They will also need the EU form 998 and the ticks and tapeworms certificate. The steps must be completed in a certain order and the whole process takes six months. If you would like the complete rules, instructions and all of the necessary forms go to [url]www.pettravelstore.com[/url] and then click on Pet Passports - Immigration Info and scroll down to the United Kingdom.

      Jerry

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      • #4
        Thanks so much for your information and instructions, Jerry.

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