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Weekend trips to see family in Idaho
So my husband and I have been going back and forth with this- see I'm originally from Idaho and we live in Utah. We try to see my family & friends once a month or whenever we can find the best weekends to do it.
We aren't sure what we're going to do with Ebony and Ivory when we go to Idaho to see my family. He's saying that we could take them with us. The problem with that is my parents have an indoor cat that I had to leave with them and I don't really know how territorial she is, if she is at all and she's not spayed. Plus I don't want to risk Ebony and Ivory getting out of my parents house and getting hit on the highway (my parents live right next to a pretty busy highway in the country)
I don't know if we should have a friend stay with them over the 2 almost 3 days we'd be gone? Or if we should take them with us and just keep a close eye on them? I am really stuck and I NO idea what to do because I don't want to just LEAVE them and have them think we abandoned them.
-Ebony and Ivory's mommy