Introducing a cat to a new living space

Make sure your home is safe. Close the windows before move with don’t leave the door open. Keep wires out of your pet’s sight. Inspect rooms for secluded places where the cat can hide, and its safe healing will add problems.
Place your pet in a room that has the best sound insulation so that excess noise does not unnerve the animal. Leave the tray, usual food and clean water there. A hungry cat will want to eat, this will stimulate her to get to know the house.
Let one room become a haven for your pet for the first time. Limited space will allow you to quickly get used to a change of environment.Introducing a cat to a new living space
Do not require the animal to remain active. Don’t rush into outdoor games. Spend time around the animal reading books and quieter activities that will not overly disturb the cat’s psyche. Wait for the pet to show interest and begin to be active.
When things are completely laid out and the chaos and noise associated with moving into a new home disappears, allow the animal to leave the room and explore other rooms. Follow the cat and observe its behavior.
Don’t forget to place another tray in a place where it will be permanently located. The cat will get used to it and will start visiting both litter boxes, the first of which can be removed.