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May. 2nd, 2002 | 04:58 pm
mood: Thoughtful

So my work is sending me to seattle for may 19th through 24th.

Which leads me to wonder what to do about Iset. I can think of three people I might be able to ask to visit her.

Is it okay to leave ones cat alone in ones apartment for nearly a week?

I might be able to rig up web cams + motion sensors throughout my apartment so I could check in on her. (In rather low resolution).

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Clare T. Rampling

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from: rampling
date: May. 2nd, 2002 05:15 pm (UTC)
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Of course I volunteer -- DUH! I can do part of it, or even all if you like. And it's easy for me to stop by often, since you're so close to my work (and where I spend a lot of non-work time too).

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Diane Trout

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from: alienghic
date: May. 2nd, 2002 05:31 pm (UTC)
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The important question though was "Is it a good idea to leave ones cat in ones apartment for 5 days with people only coming once per day?"

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Clare T. Rampling

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from: rampling
date: May. 2nd, 2002 05:37 pm (UTC)
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Cats are very resiliant, independent creatures. I'm leaving my sweet kitty alone for 5 days, and I'm not terribly worried about her -- even though I'm certifiably cat-obsessed. I wouldn't do it all the time, but an occasional bit alone won't hurt her.

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Life Rebooted

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from: hopeforyou
date: May. 2nd, 2002 09:41 pm (UTC)
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If someone could spend time playing with your cat and perhaps crash a night or two at your place, both you and cat may fare better. Reason being...our cat doesn't take well to being left alone more than overnight, and well, I think it stresses him. TMI time: He's...ergh...left personalized hair-balls and worse on our bedspread and the middle of the bedroom floor. =(

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