Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: British
To: The Netherlands
My wife and I are going to relocate for long term work from Russia to the Netherlands in December. We have a cat, British breed, who is two years old and we would like to take him with us for non-commercial trade.
We did a vaccination against rabies and installed a microchip on the 1st of September 2013. Also we have an international PET passport. Before leaving, we will get a veterinarian certificate saying that the cat is healthy.
We are going to travel to the Netherlands by ferry. Do we need any additional documents, documents translation or tests?
We appreciate your answer.
Thanks for getting in touch with us. Here is an overview of the pet import requirements for the Netherlands. Along with what you've done already, your cat will need to be up to date on all the vaccinations listed in addition to rabies (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia (FVRCP).
If you're planning to travel by ferry you'll also want to check with the transportation company regarding their pet polices, required travel crate, etc.
Hope this helps! Please contact us if you have more questions or are interested in hearing more about our relocation services. Good luck with your trip.