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To move or not; and if so, what to do!?
I soon may be moving to AZ from MN and am wondering what I should do with my cat. He is 9 and has always lived in the same house. He's not very attached to the other cats here. Actually, they kind of pick on him.
He's not big on carriers or car trips. On that note, he's only been to and from the vet which is a 10 minute trip!
He has a loud howl and I am not sure if I could deal with that for the entire journey (which would be two days by car.) I've already decided that if I take him I am going by car and not flying.
Also, we would be traveling with my roommate's cat whom he has never met.
I don't want him to die or anything if he goes on the journey. (Obviously!) I want to do what's best for him and will take any idea/s suggestions.
Thank you in advance for your advice!!!