EU countries participating in the PETS scheme
The EU countries participating in the PETS scheme are listed below. The rules state that the pet and owner can travel freely between these countries and the UK as long as the pet has a valid pet passport.
The pet passport is not needed for pets travelling directly between the UK and the Republic of Ireland
Although Cyprus is listed as a PETS participating country, as of October 2005, pets travelling from north Cyprus (the area north of the Buffer Zone) must be licensed into quarantine for 6 months on arrival in the UK.
The information supplied here is intended as a guideline only. Make sure you discuss all these issues with your vet who will be able to give you the most up to date information. Remember also that this information is particularly relevant to bringing a cat into the UK. Regulations for other countries can vary, so check before you travel.
For more information, go to the DEFRA website - here