Christmas vacation is nearing. Most of us already have plans on where to go, making a checklist, and packing things! But New Zealanders are advised not to bring furbabies when leaving for the holidays. Here’s why.
It is the best season to be jolly. Who doesn’t love the snow, the warm greetings from our friends, families, and even from the people in the neighborhood? Not to mention the gifts we give and receive to and from everyone we love.
But would you be happy if your furbaby will not share your merry Christmas trip this year? This I am asking as the most recent news in New Zealand is that cats are not recommended to go with families on vacation.
The reason behind this surprising advice is quite interesting. They said that most of the animals they have rescued on the streets are kitties left by families from their holiday trips.
But of course, our cats are part of the family. No questions asked.
We want to include them in our Christmas break and capture them in all our holiday photos. We love to bring them in most of our travels if we can.
But just as I was planning on the things I need to bring in our Christmas trip, I stumbled upon the news about New Zealand. And I will really feel bad for those who live in there if they can’t take their cats on their vacation. Well, at least it was just an advice. It’s not as if they are restricted to do so, right?
My family can’t just have fun knowing that our pets are left alone on the holidays. They are our family too and families should be together on Christmas day. So if you live in New Zealand, would you take the advice and leave your cats at home?
Well, experts from New Zealand believe that leaving pets would benefit owners more and the rest of the city. That way, no more cats will go missing. No more kitties will live a stray life in a place unfamiliar to them. No more humans will break their hearts for the loss of a lovely feline.
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