Incredible Experiences: Mu and Leopold’s Relocation to New Zealand

Here's an update from a couple of our cute globetrotting cat clients! Mu and Leopold just moved to New Zealand and their owner was kind enough to send us a note about how things went.

Mu

Mu

Here's what they said:

I was very pleased with my transport experience. Paul was helpful and put my mind at ease. Working with Linda was amazing. She was extremely professional and attentive through the entire process.

PetRelocation was a pleasure to work with. Thank you for making a stressful situation a lot less stressful.

Leopold

Leopold

Looking for assistance with your pet relocation to New Zealand? Contact us here for a consultation!

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:

Air Travel, Incredible Experiences, Quarantine

Pet:

Cats

Country:

New Zealand

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By Cheryl Buonaspina on February 9, 2018 at 6:31 pm

Moving to New Zealand . I have 2 cats, rescues, over 11 yrs old. They are both FIV +I am struggling with this , as I know it’s expensive, and stressful to the animal. I also know I rescued them, and they’re mine and I love them . Help !!!!Cheryl
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By cquezada@petrelocation.com on February 12, 2018 at 9:35 am

Hi Cheryl!

With your cats being seniors and FIV+, we suggest having a discussion with your veterinarian about their fitness to fly. Also keep in mind that New Zealand requires a ten-day quarantine, so this will be an additional step added to their trip. You can read more about the requirements for importing pets to New Zealand here. Getting on a plane is stressful for any pet to a certain extent, so the first thing you’ll want to do is determine with their vet if it’s in their best interest to make the move. After speaking with your vet, should you decide to hire professional assistance with this move, we are here to help. You can fill out this form and one of our relocation consultants will contact you as soon as possible. Hope this helps!
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