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Old 04-22-2016, 03:37 PM   #1
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On our way to the 1st outing since bring it home!

And of course, after a week of temps in or near the 70's, tonight's low is expected to be around 32.

I am starting to believe, me and my Motorhome are single handedly going to STOP global warming in it's tracks

After years of camping with only Dogs, we are going to try a night with the cat as well. Wish me luck. Lately, if he stays home alone, he bites a patch of fur off his rump. Going to try out his new pet zone.
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Nice looking coach, good luck with it.
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Old 04-23-2016, 11:10 AM   #3
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I know, last weekend we had day temps in the mid 70's, 50's at night. Last night we had frost advisories.
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Good Luck on your cat's maiden voyage! Hopefully cat, dogs and people will all have a relaxing, fun trip!
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And of course, after a week of temps in or near the 70's, tonight's low is expected to be around 32.

I am starting to believe, me and my Motorhome are single handedly going to STOP global warming in it's tracks
We had the same thing at the end of March. It had been sunny and in the 50's and even 60's here on Long Island until we started home from Florida. It wound up being in the 30's and 40's when we got home. Can't win!!
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After years of camping with only Dogs, we are going to try a night with the cat as well. Wish me luck. Lately, if he stays home alone, he bites a patch of fur off his rump. Going to try out his new pet zone.
Please do update us on how things go on kitty's adventure! My daughters beg to take our cat with us but I am hesitant. Good luck!
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One of the reasons we bought an RV instead of going to hotels/motels was so we could take our "fur babies" with us. Our Siberian cat and our German Shepherd dog are best buddies. They often sleep curled next to each other. Cat is NOT allowed outdoors but is quite happy in our Rockwood TT. And while driving they both sleep next to each other on the back seat. Good luck with your kitty.
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On our way to the 1st outing since bring it home!

We use to leave are cat home,but when we get back home she would ignore us. And cry meow very loud. She adopted us but we bought a cat cage and off we went. About 20 minutes down the road we finally let her out a she roamed the inside and hide if we would slow down or hide. Now we have a Berkshire she goes in the Rv all by herself and stands in the doorway waiting for us like she's thinking I'am ready. Let's go ! Now we take her every where.


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It went VERY well. We did spend the night before the trip in the MOHO, in the driveway with the kitty. Around 4 AM, I tossed him back in the house, up and down, up and down. But the 1st "real" night of camping was prrrrrrrfect. He just crashed on the bed all night long. My only issue, was he found a hiding spot in the front dash (There's a lot of room up/under there) Found him by removing the top (Velcro'ed in) and shining a flash light. He was way over in front of the passengers feet area. If he didn't come out on his own, he was not coming out. Thought about hitting the AIR HORN, but didn't want pee back there Here we are, entering the camper.
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Our Maine Coon found that spot too. We had to stuff two big pillows under the dash to keep him out of there. While driving we would wedge one pillow between the drivers chair and the dash and the other between the chair and the slide.


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