I wasn't sure if this was the right forum for this question; but here goes. I just moved to Pittsburgh with both of my kitties. It was a four and a half hour trip. They are adjusting ok. I think I'm about to move again, because things aren't working out here at all. I'm planning on going back to Palm Springs, CA. It will be a good "coming home" for me.
Here is my problem, I don't know what to do concerning my babies. I'm flying back to Cali. My aunts are going to take the kitty I took in a couple of years ago. She knows them and would love it where they're at out in the country. That is pretty much settled. My big concern is for my other baby. We've been together for 7 years since she was a kitten. I actually found her in Palm Springs. I've moved several times since then, she's been with me every step of the way. So, to my question, do you think I should take her back with me on the plane. I'll be in a house with 4 other cats, so there would be a definite period of adjustment. I would probably have to leave her in the room most of the time until she adjusted to the other cats or I got my own place. I'm going to be very busy when I get there. I'm afraid I won't have as much time to spend with her as I usually do. I just want what is best for her. I've thought of taking her to animal friends here in pitt. It's a no kill adoption shelter for kitties. I don't know if that would be more traumatic for her than the plane trip/new living situation or not. She would go to a good stable home if I took her to animal friends, but would losing me be too difficult for her? I don't know what to do. I want what is best for her. Please help!!!!