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Old 07-09-2013, 09:35 PM   #11
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We have just started taking our 16 pound male cat out with us on trips. So far, we have been on two, the first was pretty bad, the second was a little better. We have a harness from him that fits very snug around his neck and back. The leash we use on him is about six feet long. DW takes him for walks just like a dog, he loves going out at night when it is quieter. You see, he has been an indoor and outdoor cat for about two years, so staying inside most of the time is kind of new to him. When you consider he sleeps at least 18 hours a day, the 6 he is awake can't be all that bad.
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:45 PM   #12
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In our world we are just "Driving Miss Daisy". Without a doubt she is the boss and I am just the driver.
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:49 PM   #13
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We have just started taking our 16 pound male cat out with us on trips. So far, we have been on two, the first was pretty bad, the second was a little better. We have a harness from him that fits very snug around his neck and back. The leash we use on him is about six feet long. DW takes him for walks just like a dog, he loves going out at night when it is quieter. You see, he has been an indoor and outdoor cat for about two years, so staying inside most of the time is kind of new to him. When you consider he sleeps at least 18 hours a day, the 6 he is awake can't be all that bad.
That cat needs a bigger bed judging by that picture
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We have him on a diet, only two mice per day and no snakes at all, they are habit forming treat for him...
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:13 PM   #15
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We have just started taking our 16 pound male cat out with us on trips. So far, we have been on two, the first was pretty bad, the second was a little better. We have a harness from him that fits very snug around his neck and back. The leash we use on him is about six feet long. DW takes him for walks just like a dog, he loves going out at night when it is quieter. You see, he has been an indoor and outdoor cat for about two years, so staying inside most of the time is kind of new to him. When you consider he sleeps at least 18 hours a day, the 6 he is awake can't be all that bad.
Looks like my Tuxedo and probably the same size. No cats camping, just the dog.
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:17 PM   #16
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We now camp with 1 boxer. Before they passed away we used to camp with 2 boxers and 1 Lab. They all love to camp and seem to know what is going on when we get ready to go camping.
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:42 PM   #17
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We took our Doxy this past weekend...first time ever for him. Well, he's a mix breed...imagine a doxy with the coat of an Irish Setter.

He was *juiced*! He wore me out going for walks and ended up being the talk of the RV park! Kids wanted to know when I would be walking him again. He was like the Pied Piper...had an entourage.

This is Fred, and yes, he smiles.

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Old 07-09-2013, 10:46 PM   #18
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We took our Doxy this past weekend...first time ever for him. Well, he's a mix breed...imagine a doxy with the coat of an Irish Setter.

He was *juiced*! He wore me out going for walks and ended up being the talk of the RV park! Kids wanted to know when I would be walking him again. He was like the Pied Piper...had an entourage.

This is Fred, and yes, he smiles.

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Yep, that's a puppy pad behind him. That was his first night and we weren't sure how he'd react...the puppy pad was insurance.

Also left his leash on in case he shot out the door....better chance of catching him.

He did beautifully. I even left him for a trip to WalMart. Was worried and hurried back "home". (eyeroll) He was so sound asleep he didn't even hear me come in.
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We used to camp with our cocker spaniel but she is now in doggie heaven. We went one time and it was muddy all weekend and she was filthy had no way of cleaning her so we decided to put her in her crate in the bath tub and travel with her there BAAAAD MISTAAAAKE since that trip we could not leave her in the camper alone she would scratch the door and widows trying to get out
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:52 PM   #20
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Just an 18 pound cat who is 15 and recently diagnosed with CRF (renal failure). Trying to manage and keep it comfortable while in the RV. But it still gives me hugs and cuddles.
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