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Evan Nicholl

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  1. Hey! I think what you've planned sounds perfect. Tess being a lab is of course going to be friendly. If I were you, I'd not worry about it all. You seem to have it all planned and under control! Congratulations on the new addition to your family
  2. If you’re new to writing then a whole new world awaits for you. You can pick any topic and any subject to start your first writing. There are a lot of things to explore in Sheffield, such as mountains, rivers, libraries, and people. Just be creative in thoughts and you’ll get something to write about.
  3. We all have seen people who buy costly wedding dress for their marriage and later find them calling it a waste. But, a wedding dress is something that reminds you of the special occasion. If you still think its waste, you can consider offering it on rent to other people who are looking for wedding dresses.
  4. Well, you cannot change a cat again and again as you’re a cat lover. Every cat has different personality and so we cannot think of any whose behaviour we have been able to alter. Cats are odd creatures, so they do whatever they want to do, that’s what makes them so great in my opinion.
  5. I see you are a bit more worried about the girl cat (obviously). On the move day, I’d suggest you let the cats occupy a room that you’ve already vacated. Add in all their favourite toys in the mover to keep them engaged and ensure that you block out all the clangs and bangs that are bound to emanate from all the moving around. On the moving day, make sure that you inform the movers about your confident tom and your nervous girl and to be super cautious when moving stuff around. Put up a board or something for good measure. During the commute to your new place, I’d suggest that you accompany your cats separately in another vehicle so that they know they are with someone whom they trust minus the clanging and banging. Once you are done moving, expose the new place slowly and gradually to your cats. Let them investigate the place on their own and take the new place in. Make use of items from your old place so that they recognise the familiar smells which will make them feel secure. This will surely help your cats bond with the new place. Keep the mover in a specific spot though and be sure that it is the exact place where you will want to locate your cats. Accompany your cats when they are roaming around the house and keep an eye on them to see if it is calm or is anxious. And soon enough, your both your cats will get used to the new home.
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