Open a car door and most dogs will hop right in. On the other hand, cats are often more suspicious of cars. However, if you start early, you can train your cat to get used to being in a car.
Perhaps the best way to acquaint a cat with car travel is to give your cat short rides in the car so he or she can get used tot he sound of the engine, the movement of the car, and the random sounds outside. Then you might want to practice chauffeuring your cat around town to to pick up some cat nip, caviar, and lobster tails.
With just a little bit of patience, you can get your cat used to being driven around in a car while you devote your life to serving your cat by driving it around the city to run errands for your cat. Who says cats can’t be trained?