First things first. Does your cat go snap, crackle ,pop when you pet him/her? Yes? Try a used, unscented dryer sheet rubbed on thier bodies.
Kittykat travel is a little more complicated. It involves the dreaded cat carrier and treats. If your cat has never seen a cat carrier before it might be easier and if they usually have dry food too. A month or two before the move place the cat carrier where the cat can check it out .Only give him treats put inside the carrier and after a few weeks close the door and pick him up for a short play ride. After which we gave Jack a can of cat food as a reward. It wasn't so bad. Now the trip to Maine from Vermont was a different story of course. After a rousing course of disapointed- how could you have played me! meows for what felt like hours, Jack settled down to sulk for the rest of the ride. I had to keep reminding Ollie that the safest place for Jack was inside the carrier and also better to put him through this hardship then leave him behind to God knows what! I never knew this before but they have pet friendly motels. We had to stay in one along the way and you guessed it as soon as Jack got out of the carrier he headed for the most inaccessable spot under the bed. Broke out another can of cat food as a treat and worried for the rest of the night about how to get the cat back into the carrier now that he knew how much fun it was not. Morning came and we put treats in the cat carrier , which was really a small dog carrier and miracles happen, in he went and wound up making it all the way to Maine with us. A little on the hoarse side, his favorite plaid couch no where to be found and the best toy of all carpeted stairs.