Leaving my cat overnight.

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Grace56
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Leaving my cat overnight.

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Today, I was meant to go away just overnight and tomorrow. However, because of the very warm weather, Dave won't come in. As I don't want to leave him out all night (though I know he'd love that) and I have no neighbours atm and my friends live away, what do I do?

I don't have a cat flap, but I have just bought a cat snuggly kennel on advice from a member.

What would you do? Leave him out or not go away? It's a pain really but I think I'll have to leave it and go early Sunday.

I love my boy dearly and always put him first, but sometimes I don't know what to so for the best.
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Personally I myself would not dream of going away and leaving my little one out. In fact I would never leave a little one out for any length of time if it had no means to get in.
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No, you're right, Elastu. I won't either and I decided not to go today.
The thought of leaving Dave out all night is too awful.
People will just have to realise that my cat comes before anything else.
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I think we all put our lovely fur balls first, no other way! :)
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