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My 10-year old son is going to his grandmothers for 10 days. I'm going to be staying with my boyfriend for those 10 days, kind of a home away from home. I want to bring my cats with me to stay over there with us because I hate to leave them alone. My boyfriend can stay at my place but the idea is to get away from home for a bit. Do you think I'll have any problems with them?
 

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sorry this isnt in response to your question (because i dont know, sorry!) but your Jazz has EXACTLY the same markings on his face as my kitten Keanu!
 

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I bring my cats over to my bf's parent's house every three weeks. We just go over for supper and they love to see the grandkids :lol: . Anyway, my cats take about 1-2 hours to get adjusted and then they are fine at the new place. My cats actually really enjoy going over to a larger, more quiet house. The only way I wouldn't do it, is if your boyfriend has noisy neighbours or roomates that could scare the kitties.
 

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queen of the nile said:
I bring my cats over to my bf's parent's house every three weeks. We just go over for supper and they love to see the grandkids :lol: . Anyway, my cats take about 1-2 hours to get adjusted and then they are fine at the new place. My cats actually really enjoy going over to a larger, more quiet house. The only way I wouldn't do it, is if your boyfriend has noisy neighbours or roomates that could scare the kitties.
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I take Cleveland to visit my brother all the time. Whenever I go, he goes. I've a little travel bag all for his stuff and he love it. Owns the place within 20 minutes.
 

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I've thought about taking Oliver with me to hang out at friends or my mom's house for a few hours too.
Does anyone bring a litter box with them though?
 
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