Ok, I followed all the rules for transporting my cat, Russell 1600 kms to his new home. The trip went well and the settling in is going interestingly.
Russell's six months old and he has been in a relatively quiet environment with the occasional bouts of loud music being played. Initially he was quite scared of unfamiliar people but after a while he coped well and became inquisitive and outgoing. The vet thought he initially may have been a feral cat, especially when I presented a flea covered and worm infested sick looking kitten to her. Russell is now a completely house trained indoor cat who enjoys the occasional walks outside when on a lead.
Anyway...his new environment is a lot more noisier, due to one particular guy who refuses to tone it down. I am getting quite annoyed and it's caused a few arguments already and I don't want to leave Russell alone in the house with him. And yes he did say it was perfectly ok to have Russell here.
Russell's fine when it's relatively quiet and behaves confidently. He investigates noises and wanders around freely. When this particular guy makes a racket, Russell vanishes under the sofa due to all the racket made. I've had to him to a quieter area of the house in order to calm him down and only let him out when it's quieter. I don't want to do this to Russell because it's not fair on him.
Is there anything I can do to make Russell's transition easier or maybe even get him used to loud and obnoxious housemates? I am at my wits end.
I'm sorry for writing so much.