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Should you bring your pet in the first trips to new house or in the lasts




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • my hubby and I are debating this one estatic




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      Michelle05 wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Depends on if they are going to be alone for a long period.  Maybe board them until the last trip, that way you‘re all settled at your destination.




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      Kyah wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • Once the movers started moving stuff from the old place, my cats were in their carriers and away from all the chaos. From personal experience I have to say last. Because with doors open and strange people (movers) toting stuff about, your pet could get hurt or scamper out the front door into an unfamiliar neighborhood. Bring them in when everything else is there, so you can settle into the place together. One of my cats used to head for under the stove and stayed there for a couple of days, then slowly came out to investigate. Another one I carried around and gave him the tour (especially the windows), and then he took his own tour of whatever I didn’t show him. He would swish his tail if he liked the place, and shake his tail if he didn’t. He was like a human in a cat suit, and I realized that when I was explaining why we moved from our nice apartment to a dump that I had to settle for because I wasn’t working. We both hated that place!




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      Msj wrote Jul 29, 2010
    • I say keep one room in the old place for the pet and move last so they are not disturbed....fix a room in the new place for them to be comfy and put them there when settled....




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