Ferries are great pets and make great travel companions. Keep in mind some things to make sure your travels are running smoothly. Ferry travel is not the best idea for everyone, so let's look at what it takes to travel with a pet.
You may not know that ferrets are not legal in all areas. Some states and cities have passed laws that make money possession illegal. This makes it illegal to travel as well. Some cities have laws against ferries, although they are located in a condition that allows them, so if you are not sure, it is best to know for sure before traveling. If you find that you have ferries in a place where they are illegal, they can be taken from you. You can also be fined. Any of them would certainly put a damper on your trip.
You will most likely need to travel by car or air if you take your fluffy friend with you. Buses and trains have rules restricting pets brought. Many airlines do not allow you to spend money with you in the cabin of an airplane. This can be a problem as the load zones are not controlled by temperature. Your best option when traveling by plane is to find an airline that will allow your ferries to be flown. This will allow you to have some control over its terms. So far, the best option for traveling with money is by car.
A travel cage will be required. Even if you don't plan on using it a lot, there will be times when the cage will keep your pet. You do not win all the potential hazards in the places you go. Motels, rest stops and tourist centers are places where a ferry cage may be needed. Rotation and belt are another important set of equipment for these seats. When choosing a cage for traveling with a pare, be sure to get a cage large enough for your ferret to stretch and fall asleep. Having a space for food and water, as well as an area to go to the bathroom is a good idea. Make sure the cell has a secure lock to prevent it from escaping and you may need a lockable cell to prevent others from opening. Be sure to bring linen with your cage as well.