Secure your cat in a well-ventilated carrier strapped in safely with a seatbelt during the drive.
Bring a small litter box and litter for breaks. Avoid letting your cat eliminate freely at rest stops.
Help anxious cats with calming treats or anti-anxiety medication prescribed by your vet pre-trip.
Plan occasional stops for your cat to stretch legs, eat, drink water, and use the litter box.
Book pet-friendly hotels in advance for comfortable lodging with your cat overnight.
Make sure your cat has a collar with identification and microchip in case they slip away.
Pack interactive cat toys to entertain your bored cat during a long drive.