Moving with Cats

Moving with Cats
Genre: cats
Tag: books
Publisher: My Big Fat Orange Cat Publishing
Publication Year: 2016
Length: short non-fiction

Don't leave your cat behind! Moving with Cats will help you plan out your journey.

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About the Book

Cats hate change and moving is a big change. Moving with Cats offers ideas to make the move bearable for you cat, no matter how far you’re planning to move.

What do you need to know to move your cat safely across town, across the state, or even across country? Moving with Cats shares ideas from people who have traveled with their cats so that you can travel with confidence that your cat feels as safe and secure as possible.

Should you travel by car or by air in the United States, Moving with Cats is an invaluable resource.

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