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Cats can get upset when their favorite people are away.

By Sandy Robins

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September is back-to-school month, and in many households, off-to-college month, too. That leaves parents with empty nests and the family pet wondering what’s going on.

There’s no question that cats don’t like it when their people leave; it changes the household’s dynamic and routine. Our cat Fudge mopes when my husband is away. She misses their daily special routine: He spreads his work papers on the kitchen counter and she scatters them. He grumbles, but secretly loves the attention she gives him.

**Get the September 2009 issue of CAT FANCY to read the full article.**

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Beth    Cambridge, DE

10/24/2009 7:29:34 PM

this article is great

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