NYC Cat Travel
 
NYC Pet Laws

New York City has a few laws it requires its pet and their humans to follow.

 

  • If you allow your cat to have access to roam outdoors, they are required to be spayed or neutered.

  • All cats over three months of age must be immunized against rabies.

 

For a complete list of NYC animal laws visit:

Getting around the city with a dog can be a bit challenging at times. Knowing the public transportation rules can save you a lot of hassle. Below is a quote provided by ww.nycgo.com/articles/nyc-transportation-getting-around


"Only small-size pets in carriers are allowed on MTA buses, subways and trains, as well as in taxis. Properly harnessed service animals are also permitted on mass transit. Taxi drivers may, at their discretion, pick up dogs without carry cases. The City is also home to several pet-taxi companies that can help transport pets that are not allowed on ordinary public transit."

Pet Chauffeur:  (212) 696-9744
K9 Cars:  (718) 683-2152

Exercise 

It is estimated that over half of the cats in America are overweight. This is due to a few different factors, but the main being a lack of exercise. With the small size of some New York apartments and the limited or no access to the outside, it can make exercise a bit more challenging. The humans at Pet Adviser put together 10 creative ways of keeping your kitty active. Pounce here to learn more about their innovative ideas.

 

Feeding

In today's pet food market it can be a daunting task to find the right food for your feline companion. Do you choose wet food, dry food, or both? Or do you make your own cat food? We may not be able to answer all those questions for you, but we have listed two websites that have been dedicated to doing all the research to help answer those questions.

 

 

High-rise syndrome

 

Kitten care

 

Top household hazards for cats

  • pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/top-10-cat-poisons

 

Research by About.com's cat expert, Franny Syufy

  • cats.about.com/cs/catfood/a/comparisonatoz.htm

 

Research put together by Lisa A. Pierson, DVM

 

By Lisa A. Pierson, DVM

Feline articles by Manhattan cat specialist, Dr. Arnold Plotnick 

  • manhattancats.com/Articles/feline_articles.html

 

Veterinarian's advice by Dr. Eric Dougherty of The Cat Place in Manhattan

 

Litterbox help

 

Training your cat to use the toilet

 

Finding the puuurfect scratching post

 

Top cat toys

  • cats.about.com/od/cattoys/tp/homealonecats.htm

 

Toys to help exercise your cat

 

Cat toys you can make at home

 

Adoptable cats in Manhattan

   *Manhattan Pet Service is proud to offer our rescued clients 5% off all of

     their services with us. 

 

Other Manhattan cat info

 
NYC Cat Safety
 
NYC Cat Resources 

Living in Manhattan with a pet is a very unique and, at times, challenging experience. We’re here to help make that experience as easy and blissful as possible. Whether you just got a new kitten, rescued a cat, moved to the city for the first time, or have been here for years - we're here to help! 

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