Heya, I'm trying to make a decision about what to do with our two boys when we go away for 3 weeks in 2 months. Originally, we planned to do as we have done in the past - pay the vet nurse to pop over and feed them in the mornings, then have the automatic dry-food feeder set to go off twice a day (it goes off once a day normally) My mum was also going to pop over during the first week and towards the end of the 3rd, and some other people might have visited in the middle bit. However.. since Lance's diagnosis/operation/battle with Lymphoma the plans are naturally changing. He is now on half a steroid pill once a day, and is eating a LOT! :001_smile: Logi still wants to play with Lance, and we are worried that someone popping over might miss any signs of deterioration. We have been offered a chance for Lance to stay at the vet surgery for the full 3 weeks, but this means leaving Logi on his own (or perhaps seeing if he can stay with a friend?) My concerns are... Will Lance be bored staying at a kennel? (he's never been away from home like this before) and will he get frustrated not being able to stretch his legs and leap up on things? He coped very, very well when he was in there for the op, but I'm thinking he would have been very sleepy anyway so may not have minded his smaller surroundings so much. Logi would be upset being on his own, but do you think he would quickly adjust? I feel like I am offsetting Lance's comfort for peace of mind - obviously he will be VERY well cared for at the vets, and I must admit I would feel better knowing that he wasn't roaming around at home possibly getting more and more sick. But the size of his space does make me feel guilty. Do you think cats adjust to kennel-type enclosures ok? I don't know what to do!