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Taking the moggy

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Taking the moggy

Post Posted: Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:51 pm

Hi,

I'll be taking my kitty with me when I set off on my big adventure & while I know all about the rabies shot, pet passport etc, I was wondering if anyone else had taken their cat's over & which airline they could reccomend? & what price that you'd paid? I've had rough estimates from some airlines, but she's like my best mate (need to get out more:-) ) so would like to go on a reccomendation. Last question promise! What make of pet carrier would you reccomend?

Any help & advice would be greatly appreciated.

Tamsin

 

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Re: Taking the moggy

Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 12:13 am

Hi Tamsin!

Glad to see that you are still so enthusiastic about your relocation to Vancouver. Look forward to assisting.

I recommend engaging an expert on the subject directly:

www.petrelocation.com
and
www.animaltransportati...tional.htm

Hopefully inquiry to the above locations will provide helpful feedback for your decision.

Also, we (NuPAD) are developing a more elaborate 'Relocation with Pets' info and support section at our website. For now, you can visit the placeholder page and interact with some of the pets we have, here:

www.mynupad.com/reloca...h_pets.htm


Meow!

Paul-F


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Re: Taking the moggy

Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 4:34 pm

Hi Paul

Thanks for that, I'm going to be using NuPad for my relocation, so that would be purrrfect (sorry Wink )

Tamsin

 

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