Also, you'd have to make sure that there's always adequate water available. She loves people and I have checked on her for 2 days now by looking in the windows. I wish I could have stayed every night there. Lindsay - I agree 100%. You should have someone check on your cat daily! Choose one that's younger than your current cat and of the opposite sex. Or at the very least every other day. If other people are involved in the household, make sure everyone knows which rooms are the kitten-proof rooms so they will be careful going in and out of those rooms so kitty doesn't escape and doesn't get stepped on or otherwise.
Also, many cats do not adjust well to new situations. An unanticipated heat wave could have dire consequences. Also, someone needs to keep a good eye on things like her appetite and toileting at that age in a new home. One could argue that it turned out okay, so what was the harm in leaving her home alone? Someone broke into her apartment while she was away for Thanksgiving. For instance, cats who lose an owner to death or divorce may develop signs of the problem. It won't always be like this, kittens are just very energetic and very clumsy! The seats fall easily and you don't want her to be trapped inside the toilet.
Oh, how wrong I was. She needs lots of attention--meows at me, follows me around, sleeps on my chest etc. Cats can have separation anxiety similarly to dogs and can not only be destructive to things but can even hurt themselves somehow. If any other use is desired, permission in writing from Mercola. I would think that as long as you had toys to keep them entertained and it was only for a little while until they got acclimated and your house kitten proofed, it would be just fine. Thirdly, many cats object to a dirty litter box.
They had an automatic feeder that the neighbor made sure worked. Otherwise, they use curtains, carpet and furniture to sharpen claws. Thankfully we did locate the cat. And I want to give the baby time to settle. Karen Becker cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.
At the time, I thought nothing of leaving my cat home alone for a week. I had to leave my kitten after a few weeks to go to a conference but I rent from my mother so she was here and I also got my friend to move in for the week so someone would be here at all times. My concern for your situation is that if she has a resident cat, you may not want your baby and her baby to interact. Give them some place they can safely snuggle up in like a cat tent. The cat came to the hospital very sick. Edit- no, they are not born yet.
Here is a great guide: Make sure when you do introduce that your cat had the higher ground and can move freely about the space. It's been a good arrangement. Maybe I will be able to do this? If your cat is used to being alone for 8 hrs a day, then most likely your pet sitter would also need to leave the home for probably the same amount. I would never leave my cat alone for even one night. Secure your home Make it a point to double- and triple-check your home entry points.
Animals can only do so much on their own. They have never been around cats before, and have been known to have a high prey-drive for squirrels. They can spill water into their bowl of kibble and turn it to mush. I don't have anyone to care for him while I am gone, up to four days at a time for business. Anything after about 4-5 months yes, but not 8 weeks. In my experience, at least, I've found that when a kitten has a playmate, there is generally less destruction which is caused by boredom.
She's only 3 months old. I'm going on holiday for 9 nights tommorow. I am a animal lover. I spent one night but could not stay long the next day. It is one of the ways they measure time. And what if he gets seriously sick or injured, and no one's around to help? We told the people at the kennel that, and we were gone 3 days, and he hadn't done one thing because all they did was open the gate to the outside cement run, he would not go on the floor. Karen Becker cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.