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Default How to ride with cats?

This might seem like a silly question but it's actually a lot more serious than it sounds.

Naturally, cat are far more independent than dogs. So when I'm going to work, I just leave Ares at home (and yeah, I called him after that Ares). Same if I travel somewhere for a short time. But I do long trips, too, and that's when I can't just leave him.

I open the windows when I'm on the move. So imagine my terror when Ares jumped up and almost out of the window. I was so caught up looking at him in the mirror I nearly hit a tree.

I think should have kept the windows closed. I'm also thinking about safety in general. If I did hit a tree, I would have been relatively fine. But not Ares. I have seat belts and air bags. I don't know how to protect him.

Should I just leave him at home at all times?
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