Moving home with your Hypoallergenic Siberian Cat

Moving house can be a stressful time for your Siberian Cat. This huge change can cause several problems to your pet. But there are things you can do to help moving house  smoothly.

 

 

 

From some weeks in advance, through to the day of your move, this checklist takes you through all the crucial points through the build up to your move with your pet.

 

  • Siberians are very clever, they may start to experience strange feelings before the moving day. Your pet may notice that something is up when you start packing boxes. Allow your pet to play with the boxes, let your cat get involved with the move.

  • On the day of the move, keep your Siberian Cat in a closed room whilst you are taking all the stuff out of the house. Alternatively, put your pet in their basket in a quiet area. You don't want to lose your time looking for it before leaving the house.

  • Get ready a new room at the new house for your Siberian to stay in as quickly as possible. Put in there all your Siberian Cat could need: a bowl with food, a bowl with fresh water, a litter box and its bed to stay cosy. If you can, also include its favourite toy.

  • Before you bring your Hypoallergenic Siberian Cat into the room, clean it up to make sure it is suitable for your pet to stay in. Check the temperature and bring its favourite meal as a treat.

  • Keep your Siberian Cat in this room until everything is inside the house and all doors and windows are closed. You don't want to let your pet out accidentally. They are not still familiar with their new home and could escape looking for their old house.

  • Make sure that everyone involved in the move is aware your cat is in that particulary room and no one opens the door to let it out.

  • Once the moving is finished, allow your pet to start exploring the house and don't let it go outdoors yet.

  • For the next few weeks, keep your Siberian Cat indoors to bond with the new home. After that, let it explore outdoors but try to go out with yor cat to supervise its movements. After a few times, you can allow your Hypoallergenic Cat to explore on its own. 

  • Ensure you have enough time to spend with your pet, giving it all the atention your cat need after this important change.

 

 

 

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