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Long Distance Moving – Tips for Relocating with Your Cat

 

If you own a cat and are looking at making a long distance move, you will appreciate these few basic tips about long distance moving with your feline friend.  After all, this is a stressful time for you, but your cat is also affected by the change.

 

The first tip is to provide your cat a comfortable place to ride during the transport.  They should be in the car with you, not in the moving truck.  Their carrier should have food and a place to relieve themselves.  Water would be ideal as well, but it is likely to splash around, so perhaps you will choose to stop every hour or so to offer your cat a drink of water.

 

You want your cat to remain as calm as possible during this stressful time, so when you stop the car during the long distance moving process, interact with your feline and make them feel loved.  Do not, however, let your cat out of the carrier while on the road.  During the drive itself, you can talk to your cat and other people in the car with you to provide your feline with sounds they are familiar with.  This will make the move less traumatizing.

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