Having a tree cut down, should we lock our cat in for the day?

(8 Posts)
Italiangreyhound Tue 19-Jul-16 23:18:55

We are having a tree cut down, in our garden.

Should we lock our cat in for the day? I won't be home as will be at work. I know cats are pretty hard but what if a branch falls on him?!

Any thoughts?

Thanks

cozietoesie Tue 19-Jul-16 23:35:43

Branches, workers, yelling, big vans to take debris, radios etc etc? I would if it's of any size. If only for peace of mind.

PovertyPain Tue 19-Jul-16 23:38:21

Defiantly keep him in. He could so easily get hurt or end up getting into one of the vans. Many a cat has been taken of in a work van and if they jump out, when the van is opened, they're unlikely to be found.

Italiangreyhound Wed 20-Jul-16 01:07:48

Thanks Cozie and Poverty, I hadn't thought of the van thing. I'd thought of branches etc!

Thanks for your advice.

VimFuego101 Wed 20-Jul-16 01:25:57

I would. The noise might spook him and make him run away.

Ditsy4 Wed 20-Jul-16 01:30:28

Yes definitely. Could get very stressed by the noise and strangers about.

OlennasWimple Wed 20-Jul-16 01:36:09

I would!

cozietoesie Wed 20-Jul-16 08:50:39

Goodness Yes - the noise. Chainsaws are loud.

Good decision, I thInk, Italian.

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