“Casper is the only being I’ve connected with.”
After living in Sydney for ten years, Razzle and his Domestic Shorthair cat Casper moved back home to the United States of America. Razzle speaks about his pet and their relocation story.
Razzle adopted Casper when he was five months old. Now nine, Razzle calls Casper a scrawny little odd-ball. He says, “Casper often meows loudly after answering nature's call. He doesn’t have a feeding schedule but gets his daily serving of wet-food at 9:15 am. He loves crab meat, but he is not a fan of dark-meat flavours.”
Casper is timid, and loves belly rubs and nose boops. He is very attached to Razzle and suffers from separation anxiety. When Casper was a kitten, Razzle lived in a rented place where pets were not allowed. He says, “I encouraged Casper to hide whenever strangers came over. This fear of strangers stuck with him even when I moved into a pet-friendly home.”
Casper rarely leaves Razzle’s side and is like a son to him. Razzle says, “When I had gone on a scouting mission for a month to America, I had to keep Casper in a cattery. The cattery told me he didn’t eat for three weeks, and they had to take him to the vet to see why. The vet then said that he was suffering from separation anxiety. Ever since I returned, he barely leaves my lap.”
Razzle was moving back home to Los Angeles after living in Sydney for ten years. He says, “I wanted to start a new life somewhere where I’ll be more socially acceptable for my eccentric lifestyle. Casper is the only being I’ve connected with, in an extremely loving way, so there was no way I was leaving him behind.” Razzle searched online search for pet travel companies and found Petraveller. He says, “I decided to go with Petraveller as they were affordable.”
Thank you, Razzle, for putting your trust in us with your precious fur baby. We wish you the best for your new beginnings in Los Angeles. Sending lots of hugs and kisses to Casper.