Cat Travel from the United States to Hong Kong

Name: Peggy
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Ragdoll
From: Seattle, WA
To: Hong Kong

I am planning to send my cats from Seattle to Hong Kong in Dec. I am now in Hong Kong, but I can be back in the States in Dec. Some of the airlines (like EVA) do not accept animals. However, I have looked up Delta, which has a "SHIP YOUR PET IN CARGO" service.

Does the owner have to drop the pets off and pick them up or it can be a different person? How much would it be? They both already have their rabies vaccines. What else I should do? Do you cover all those services? If so, how much would you charge for that?

Thanks,

Peggy

 

Hi Peggy,

Thanks for your questions. Traveling with pets internationally is a process with many moving parts, but with a good amount of planning and attention to detail it's possible to arrange all kinds of complicated relocations. Begin by taking a look at the pet import requirements for Hong Kong. You write that your cats have their rabies vaccines, but be aware that there are several steps you need to follow and you must do so in a particular order. "Start early" is the best advice we give to pet travelers!

Most of the pets we move fly in the cargo area of the plane on a separate flight from their owner. You need someone to check the pets in for their flight and then meet them on arrival and take them through customs, but it's not necessary to actually fly with them. If you hire us to assist you, we would have our agents take care of these tasks. We would also work to choose a pet friendly airline (one with established pet policies and a good safety record).

The cost of a pet moves depends on a few factors, but with a few more details we'll be able to give you an estimate. Please fill out our free quote form if you'd like to find out more about our services.

Thanks again for reaching out, and good luck with your upcoming move!



 

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:


Pet:

Cats

Country:

United States, Hong Kong

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