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saeb

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  1. Our cats aren’t usual moggys, they are pedigree British short haired and therefore this breed are usually kept indoors. They have an outdoor cattery which they have access to whenever they like, day and night, straight from the house to outside. It’s 10x10ft. Plus we live on a very busy main road which is another factor as to why they are indoor cats. I’m really hoping they take to their new boat life, outdoors🙂
  2. Thank you for the advice. Our two cats are indoor cats and have been since we had them there outdoor life and living on a boat are going to be completely new to them both in all aspects. We are looking to be moored for the first year of being on the boat anyway as we will be working on it due to it being a project. There is lots for us to think about and adapt too, both us humans and the cats lol
  3. Our childhood cat lived til she was 20 🙂
  4. We are looking to move onto our first narrowboat this year and we have had two indoor cats for the last 3 years, they have an outside cattery which they absolutely love however we know they are desperate to go out and roam, so we are very excited about this new adventure for them. However, there is that slight doubt and worry in the back of my mind that they’re going to get lost and not return back to their new boat home - this comment has put me at ease and I’m really hoping our two fur babies take to it as well as yours has. Any tips or tricks would be most welcome! Thank you😊
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