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August 2007 Issue

Cat Care When You're Away

In most cases, hiring a pet sitter to care for your pet at home is the best solution. Here's how to make a good choice.

You have a wonderful vacation planned, a two-week escapade to a sunny island after a long year of hard work and stress. Youíve been looking forward to it for months, but a nagging problem remains: Who should take care of Tabby while youíre away? What you do with your cat when you take a vacation should depend on your catís personality, health condition, age and the resources available where you live. Hiring a pet sitter, kenneling your cat or boarding him with a veterinarian are options for care when you arenít home.

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