Is it true that the Kitten is safe?
I get many questions about shipping a kitten; people want to know if it’s healthy and how it works.
Isn’t he/she going to be scared? How much time does it take?
Isn’t it going to be tough for the Kitten to be alone in a crate for such a long time?
This is how I describe the shipping process to people so that they can feel more at ease about having a Kitten.
The average flight time is between 4 and 6 hours. However, I still inquire about any delays or layovers and the exact times and departures of the flights, so I am aware of where the Kitten is and can provide you with the necessary details.
The Kitten will be delivered the same day it is shipped, normally within a few hours. In the crate, I have a big fluffy bed of shredded newspapers for the Kitten (s) to snuggle in, as well as a pig’s ear chew (which they love) and a toy or sock with my scent on it–to make the Kitten feel safe.
We regard shipping as a possibility and make the necessary arrangements because, in most cases, we find suitable homes for our Kittens because they are not within driving distance. I know what question you’re thinking of right now: ‘Flying a Kitten’! Is it secure? This is a common topic. If it wasn’t, we wouldn’t even consider it.
On my first attempt to ship a Kitten a few years ago, I asked this question of the shipping company’s guy, and he replied, “When we book a flight for a Kitten, it is only on safe and licensed Airlines that have pet-safe programs that follow USDA guidelines.” The Kitten will breathe the same air as the pilot flying the aircraft, and someone will be on board to look after him or her. We don’t fly the Kitten in the plane’s cargo section; instead, they are transported in the passenger section with pet nannies before delivery is complete.
We still call ahead to book a flight for our Kittens and find the most direct flight available (much as if you were looking for a flight for yourself) Our Kittens have always arrived safely in their new homes, and he/she even said that “it is easier and more convenient to fly a Kitten on a 2-6 hour flight than to travel with that Kitten for 3/5 hour or more.” And I have such faith in them because I know they are professionals who can safely deliver the Kitten. Basically, transporting a kitten inside the United States, Canada, and the rest of the world.
Thank you, and we hope to build a friendly relationship with you and your new Kitten. Every single one of our Kittens will be for the rest of their lives.