Helping Your Cat Cope As You Move

Helping Your Cat Cope As You Move


When people plans to move into a new house, they often think the kind of stress this activity can cause them that they tend to ignore the fact that it can be more stressful to their pets. Cat is actually the pet that is most susceptible to stress. So, if you have your cat and you are planning to move into a new house, you should first consider the welfare of your little one before it can get confused of the mess. Believe it or not, moving can also be traumatic to your cat as it can to you. 

Because of this fact, you should observe certain things to make your moving less distressing for your cat. You may follow the suggested guidelines below to keep your cat in good shape despite of the mess that can happen in your house because of your moving preparations:

1. hen you begin to pack your things, it will be better if you will begin it with one room. Empty it completely. Afterwards, place your cat inside the room along with its toys, litter tray, food, and bed. Don't hesitate to place a lockable carrier inside the room as well. Through this, your cat will never feel intimated once it needs to stay there during the journey. Acquaint your cat to this room since this will serve as its home for the coming weeks.

2. o keep the liveliness of your cat, it should still see the common things that it can see such as its bed. It's very much advantageous to keep your cat in one room. Through this, you are not simply sparing it from the mess but as well as keeping it away to mess up. If you will just let your cat to roam around the house, chances is it can only get curious and jumps to any open box where you are placing your belongings.

3. fter arriving in your new house, you should still keep your cat in one empty room because it is still unfamiliar with the place. If you will let it roam around it might only get lost. Instead, you should acquaint it first with the place like allow it to walk in your garden while observing it. When you recognized that your cat is already fine with the place; then, that's the time that you can allow it to walk around by itself. But don't forget to update the contact details you place on your cat's collar. At least even when your cat gets lost, it can still be returned to you by your new neighbors.

After you move in your new home you might need professional house cleaning.