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- November 16, 2003 at 6:09 pm #250405Guest
I would NEVER give them up. That would be like giving away a member of
our family. We did make a move in our van that was sooooo difficult from
to Texas and I swore that I would find a better way. Flying is
expensive and the stories of escapes and deaths to pets have put me off
at following that route. I’m just scratching my head.I will talk to the
vet. Didn’t think about that!!
On Sun, 16 Nov 2003 15:19:55 -0800 (PST) me ow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> can someone else help you with the drive and transport
> the cats and you take the dogs? Whatever you do,
> please don’t put your pets up for adoption because it
> sounds easier than transporting them. Just the thought
> of that makes me want to cry.
maybe you can talk to
> your local vet and see if your pets can be given
> something to calm them down for the ride. You really
> have to be careful if you are talking about flying
> them to your new home. i have heard too many horror
> stories of lost pets at the airport.You may also want
> to be careful about the weather so that it’s not too
> hot for your pets. good luck—daisygirl============
> — Tamyra E Novinger <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I may be moving across the country next summer (from
> > near San Diego to
> > Charleston, SC). Does anyone have any money saving
> > moving tips?
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