Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I have been doing research on the requirements as far as exporting a cat from the US to SIngapore, but I am trying to get more details on how the flights would work for my cat.
Would I want to book her as cargo in a larger crate so that she could use the restroom and fly comfortably, or should I carry her on? How would she use the restroom during travel and in between flights? Are you able to help with this? She is fine traveling in a car. She has never been on a plane.
How could PetRelocation assist me in transporting her from US to Singapore?
Thanks for contacting us -- we've helped several pets move to Singapore safely and would be glad to offer some advice and assistance. It sounds like you're aware of the requirements, but just in case, here are the pet import rules for Singapore.
As far as the flight, we'd suggest using an airline like KLM for a cargo flight and scheduling an overnight layover in Amsterdam for your cat. This would make the trip more manageable for her by allowing a break in the middle, and it's how we commonly plan our moves. In this scenario you would not need to fly on the same plane as your cat (our clients rarely do, in fact).
If you decided to enlist our help, we would take care of door-to-door (or perhaps just door-to-quarantine) delivery as well as the pre-export paperwork, etc. Please find out more about our services here, and if you'd like a free quote, you can fill out this request form.
We hope to hear from you, Ashley! Moving pets internationally can be a bit stressful and confusing, but we're happy to apply our experience to help make the transition easier for you. Either way, good luck with everything.