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But what will be revealed when the cat gets out of the bag?
I love cats! :) Poor Pooh!
Poor Pooh, hope he acclamates soon. He's a cute cat in a sack though!
Oh, poor Pooh! Does he like catnip? Maybe you need to keep him drugged up so he'll forget his anxiety...
Poor Pooh. Does he sit in any windows lately? I bet when all the noise is gone, he will start to settle! I'm glad he's back to eating!
Pooh, humans just do not understand how hard moving is on a cat! We have to re-scent everything. We have to find new hiding place. We have to find new ways to get in trouble!Enjoy your bags and your closet.
We're just getting ready to sell our house and loaded a ton of things up in a van and took them to storage (so the place shows better) and one of my cats is still traumatized from the noise of moving things around. When we actually move we probably won't hear from her for a few days (she's prone to hiding above duct work). We usually shut her in a room with food and water and familiar smells but she still ends up rather traumatized. Hope pooh bear adapts to the new house soon enough.
Silly ol' ... cat. Yea...once things quiet down he'll come out do his 'splorin'!
Poor kitty. He looks very cute in the bag, but you can see that he's trying to hide.How much longer until the contractors are done? Would he like his own room until they're done?
Poor thing. I'm sure he just wants his space back.
So cute!I'm sure pooh will be just fine soon!Our cat is afraid of bags... I'm not sure why though. Probably had some trauma as a youth. :(
Awww, and he will love his new home!
I think it's the constant activity in the new house and not the new house itself.He'll be fine! His eyes tell me so.
What a cute cat!! I love them, and they're always adorable when they're in bags :)
I LOVE your kittie!!! :) So cute!
Awww Poor Pooh, he does look really cute though!!
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