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Im relocating 2 a diffrnt area,n mines an adopted street cat,how do we take it der?is it safe?do i leave it here?

My cat was from a litter of 3, n its mother was a street cat who v used to feed. dis was d only cat who stayed back, it used to be th its mom n den moved in after bout 4 months n has been with us since. He goes out at nights n sometimes doesnt come back. he poops outside too. N now v r relocating to a place on the other side of the city. first of all how do v take him der coz v know it will freak out.. n even if v do somehow.. will it get used to d new area? wer ll it poop? will it get confused? n also v r gonna be on d fourth floor? will it be safe in d strange area? coz der r dogs bout.. shud v just leave it here? will it survive here better in a familiar locality??


Asked by Member 1126340 on Aug 18th 2012 Tagged relocation, adopted, safe in Other Travel & Recreation
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Izadore (Izzie)

Abandoning the cat and leaving it to fend for itself should not be an option for you. Cats who are made into "inside" cats, which is what you'll have to do with him, can learn to use a litter box. My son's cat moved from Ohio to North Carolina. Cole is an outside cat. But, he uses a litter box. It's not good to leave your cat out at night because it's not safe. If he's not neutered, he is out there making more unwanted baby cats who won't find a home. I would not leave the cat at your hold home because if someone knows you abandoned it, you could be fined or wind up in court for animal neglect.


Izadore (Izzie) answered on 8/20/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer