How to Sedate a Cat?

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To sedate a cat, go to the vet to get a sedative. This is not recommended as it can be harmful and uncomfortable to the cat without medical supervision. A better way would be to give your cat something like its favorite toy or blanket. You can also give it some catnip and use a natural calming spray.
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A veterinarian can give you something to sedate your cat before going on a long trip or in preparation for a procedure of some type. Something you may not know is that catnip, when eaten by a cat acts a a sedative instead of a high. If you can get your cat to nibble on a few leaves of catnip, he or she will probably be ready for a little nap in no time.
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You can get medication from your cat's veterinarian that will safely sedate
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