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Category Archives: Cat travel
I’m writing another story involving cats on the move, so I’m researching traveling cats. I’m interested in how far a cat can travel within a certain time when motivated to get from one place to another. How far might a … Continue reading
We’ve shared stories here of swimming cats and canoeing cats. My Klepto Cat Mysteries include stories of cats riding horses, hiking, and engaging in other outdoor activities. Just last week I watched a cat enjoying a day at the beach … Continue reading
Cats have been known to travel long distances with their person and sometimes on their own. I know a couple who take their cat on all of their vacations—even when they spend an extended holiday in Europe. Many people today … Continue reading
First, let me announce that it’s National Tabby Cat Day. I will celebrate with Lily, even if she isn’t exactly a tabby—she’s a dilute torbie (a pastel tortoiseshell tabby) and she has only a partial M on her head. Now … Continue reading
As the week and the year come to a close, I’d like to share a feel-good story of a traveling pair—Richard and his beloved cat, Willow. https://www.lovemeow.com/man-left-his-job-so-he-could-travel-with-his-cat-1804259571.html
While at the Cat Writers’ Conference in Houston last week, the topic of adventuring with cats came up in one of our side conversations. It was discussed that more men are getting involved with cats thus, perhaps, the increase in … Continue reading
Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday – Are We Taking Advantage of the Service/Therapy Animal Concept?
All week we’ve been talking about support and service animals. I think we all support the idea of therapy animals, but are some people taking this concept too far? Are we taking advantage of the public and the corporate world? … Continue reading
Here we are back to the topic of traveling cats. You probably read about Kitty Bitty, the five-year-old tabby who went missing from her Georgia home July fourth (probably frightened by nearby fireworks) and was found in Riverside, California. She … Continue reading
As some of you know, last week was chaotic for most of us who live in Ventura County and horrendous for many as a wildfire raged through our area burning hundreds of homes and displacing many families. Thousands of people … Continue reading