|Purred: Tue Aug 6, '13 1:15pm PST |
|It's Stella. Before you put her in a room in a strange house, or let her out to explore. check it out to see that there are no open vents or holes in the floor or other places that a frightened cat could find to hide in. We Grays have taken off vent covers and wandered around in the vent system, and even found a place where the floor was weak and made a hole there that had to be boarded up.
Our person left her grad school cat in a new room overnight with a small closet for her to hide in but that apparently was not enough shelter. She crammed herself into a desk drawer and pulled it closed after her, so they heard her meowing but could not find her for the longest time. To be fair, this was another cat who liked going into holes--she went into the chimney system twice in her old apartment and was gone for several days. Would not want to cause you guys the anxiety that our person and her roommates had!
This same heroic cat flew in a carrier for more than two hours and also took a 7 hour drive with no bathroom breaks, but my person was young and stupid and didn't know how to deal with things then.
Giant purrs and everyone have a good trip!
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