Re: Is it fair to take your cat from its home for a weekend?
She might be scared after the stressful carride, but depending on her disposition, she should adjust fairly quickly as long as you coax her with treats. Does your boyfriend have any other pets? Dog/other cat smells could really make her scared. How long did she take to adjust when you first took her home?
I travel all over with Nito. He goes to my boyfriend's house next door all the time (not a huge feat, since we live in the same townehome complex, and our homes are identically built, just decorated differently), and also home to my parent's house often. My parents have cats, who Nito recognizes and is on good terms with, even after months apart from them.
If you have a friendly, well adjusted and outgoing cat, then it should all be just fine, especially if your BF doesn't have other pets. If your cat is timid, nervous, and shy then take her for the day and see how she does. Since you were planning on driving back and forth anyways, you could always take her back home. It wouldn't hurt to give it a try though. And having a kitty around may even make your boyfriend feel better faster!