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Old 05-05-2003, 03:02   #1
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Hi - we're moving aboard in two months, taking with us our two elderly cats. Any tips on how to make this les shocking/traumatic/extraordinary for them, so we can all enjoy ourselves?

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As all humans owned by Cats know that the masters do what they want when they want. We moved aboard and cruised extensively through Central American and the Caribbean for 3 years with our two felines owners. Poder a 10 year old and Yopie a 2 year old adapted very well. In heavy weather they sayed safely below but in nice weather the lounged topside and slept on the boom when anchored or atop the bimini when sailing. We always anchored out but took them ashore to enjoy rolling in the sand and chasing geckos or whatever. Good luck and enjoy being the slave of a feline.

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