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Cats In Cars

Wednesday, July 8, 2015
posted by Jim Murphy

CAT SCAREDA few weeks ago, I decided take my older cat Molly to Delaware. I left my younger cat Millie at home. The reason why I only took Molly was because she is getting older and seemed to be having trouble with her hind legs. I decided to put Molly (in her carrier) in the front seat with me and strap her in. I figured that since we were alone, she would prefer to ride next to me. She usually rides in the back seat with Millie. During the trip, she was unusually uncomfortable. She “meowed” the entire way and could not seem to settle down. I didn’t know what caused her change in behavior.

The next time down to Delaware, I took both Molly and Millie and they both rode in the back seat. Molly didn’t make a sound all the way down. She was very comfortable and slept  most of the way. My theory is that riding in the front seat may have made Molly dizzy. She could see all of the cars and trucks whiz by on the highway. In the back seat, she can’t see all of the cars going by and it’s not as bright. This is only my theory, but sometimes it could be little things that can affect your cats behavior.

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