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Old 06-24-2016, 06:26 PM   #11
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we to travel with two cats we have carriers but they like to lay around on the furniture an never try to come up front until we stop and get out. then they like to sit on the dash. we also have 3 dogs. they all get along fine.
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Old 06-24-2016, 07:04 PM   #12
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DW and I just returned home from 3rd trip with our 14 yo cat. We used to leave her at home, but decided to start taking her. We were worried she would freak out, not use litter box, run out door never to be seen again, you name it. Apparently, however, she loves it. She lays on the floor next to DW's seat while on the road. When parked, she lays on dinette seat or in her favorite place as shown in this picture of her.....Click image for larger version

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Old 06-25-2016, 05:40 PM   #13
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We travelled with a Maine Coon for a year until we had to put him down. Never restrained the little booger was always trying to get up inside the dashboard. We ended up having to blockade him with pillows.Attachment 112026Attachment 112027
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Yeah, we will travel with the "Moochie Kat"

Phil, if you look down by the accelerator pedal you will see a opening to the dash that any cat - even a Main Coon can mooch his way in and you will have a HELLUVA time getting the critter out!

In fact we pointed this out the the Diesel Division and I think they are trying to engineer a solution to it (a small dog could get in there too!)

Oh..and why "Moochie Kat?" Because he can mooch his way in ANYWHERE!!
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I hate to clue you but FR could care less about that area. We went through this last year. They knew about the issue and it's not on their hit list. They have bigger fish to fry.
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Old 06-25-2016, 07:08 PM   #15
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No Cat Hair...No Claw Marks!
Cat stays home! lol!
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Old 06-25-2016, 10:47 PM   #16
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In MAY 2013 my two cat and I were forced in to full time RVing, when we lost everything to a wild fire. I bought a 36' toy hauler, and that is what they, and I live in. The cats would like to get out once in a while, but if I keep them in all the time they don't try as much to get out. I don't know I would do without them, they keep me company.
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In MAY 2013 my two cat and I were forced in to full time RVing, when we lost everything to a wild fire. I bought a 36' toy hauler, and that is what they, and I live in. The cats would like to get out once in a while, but if I keep them in all the time they don't try as much to get out. I don't know I would do without them, they keep me company.
We lost everything to a wildfire also it was in Bastrop Texas Sept 4th 2011 and we started RVing. We had 2 cats we had to put one down in match 2012 but Carl is still going strong. We walk Carl on leash with a small dog harness.
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Here is a picture of two of our cats. They stay home when we go to the lake our daughter checks in on them when we are gone.
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I hate to clue you but FR could care less about that area. We went through this last year. They knew about the issue and it's not on their hit list. They have bigger fish to fry.
Really? Who did you talk to? Got a different take from Tommy.
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Bob they booted him again. You're taking to a ghost. LOL
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