Moving With A Pet??
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Moving is not only tough on you, It can also be very tough on your pets as well. Animals do not know they are moving like everyone else involved therefore there lives are being turned upside down and they have no idea why. Whether it is a dog, cat, guinea pig, rabbit or a parrot – the moving process can certainly affect your pets more than you may think. Cat’s for example have been known to find themselves back to their old home where everything looks and smells familiar. This is where they were brought up, where they feel comfortable and although it is no longer there home, this is all they know and where they feel safe.
If moving to rented accommodation, make sure and ask your landlord if they allow pets in the property. Many landlords do not allow pets in their properties therefore before considering moving to a rented property this must be one of the first things asked.
On moving day, try keeping pets in a spare room out the way of all the chaos in the house. Keeping them away from all the moving activity will prevent them thinking there is something wrong and getting scared. Even better if you know a family member or friend who could take your pet off your hands until the end of moving day then take that option. Not only for your pet, but for you too. Its not easy doing some last minute packing, meter readings and keeping an eye on your pet at the same time.
More often than not however, pets generally just want to be loved, and to be with you. Therefore as long as you are giving them love and attention there’s no reason why they should’t handle the move just fine.
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