It’s almost time to go and rather than winding down, things are winding up, especially our stress level. There are only a few things left to do, in regards to the cats, but it’s still troublesome.
On the 28th, the carriers showed up as scheduled, which was a relief. It’d be time consuming to try to get a refund and then go elsewhere. The cats don’t seem to mind them. In fact, as soon as I put them in the room, they wanted to investigate. I read that it’s best to let your cats get comfortable with the carriers so they’re more at ease during the trip.
So, what’s left? Tomorrow I have to take the cats to get their rabies shots and health certificates. Immediately afterwards I need to file those health certificates along with an application to have them converted to AVA health certificates. Those should be ready to pick up on Monday. Immediately after picking them up I have to go to the Philippines Airlines office and present the documentation to them. They won’t let the cats on the plane without me performing that step first. They want to verify the documents and make sure everything’s legal.
My stack of paperwork involving the flight and these cats is growing…
Stay tuned for more updates tomorrow!
2 thoughts on “Cat Export Preparations Update #5”
Ya. Too bad there was a hang-up. Today is a public holiday and the vet is closed so we'll have to take them down there tomorrow morning.
Wow, what a job. I'm glad things are coming together. Good planning there ^_^S