Reduce your stress during a long-distance move with cats.
Justin W. Sanders
You’ve sold the house and bought another one thousands of miles away. You’ve found a new job, a new school for the kids and a new sports team to root for. Friends and family help you pack up your belongings, and you’ve stuffed everything you own into a U-Haul. You’ve been planning and executing this cross-country move for months and now, with the end in sight, you’re exhausted.
Tired as you are, you haven’t even begun to sweat. You still must move the cat.
**For the full article, pick up the July 2007 issue of CAT FANCY.**
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