Israel has a forty eight days, but only when there are more than two animals, or when they travel unaccompanied (as live load). In case of up to two animals, accompanied by the owner, there is no quarantine.
Israel requires implantation of microchip, vaccination day test antibody titers of rabies, health certificate issued by a veterinarian, the CZI (International Animal Health Certificate) issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and a statement of the owner is with him over 90 days. They also require that the last anti-rabies vaccine has been given 30 days before travel. Therefore, it needs to have at least four months for travel.