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    Posted: 21 Mar 2017 at 8:03pm
Can't do worse than some I have seen LOL


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i dont want to make this a negative post, trust me.  any bad cat trips out there?  hogone
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Originally posted by fwunder


The only other option, I guess, is to let the cat drive and you get in the back! Smile


Just make sure that cat's name isn't Toonces.
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Hogone,

No negatives:) My wife has an affectionate side for strays. Maybe why she married me. We currently have a feral cat, that has in my wife's mind been converted to house cat. Her name is "Kitty", I call her "Marie Laveau", I think she's possessed. She is an incredible mole, mouser and squirrel controller. I can't imagine taking her camping, because she comes and goes as she pleases, and normally comes home to eat or present me with what she hunted that day. Actually a very good cat, but the epitome of a free spirit. We have an English Bulldog we do take with us, the difference being he listens. Kind of.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote hogone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Mar 2017 at 8:33pm
just worried on trip down and back; love "thing" ; ya that's his name; ok, guess hes en route to the beach.   go badgers!!   hogone
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We full-time in a 179 with 1 5 year old cat and 2 older kittens. Our cat has always ridden in our TV. He settles down on a cardboard scratching "recliner" and sleeps or looks out the window. When we first traveled with the kittens they were together in a crate. A few weeks ago, we decided to let them out of the crate and now they also are free to move about. One kitten cries off and on during our travels, but settles down after a bit. The other kitten is fine. We bought two more of the cardboard "recliners" so all 3 have one. We keep a litter box and water and treats in the TV. Overall it is pretty uneventful. We keep harnesses and leashes on each category so it's easy to grab them if they try to escape. Two of the 3 like the outdoors so we'll walk them a bit at rest stops.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote TheBum Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Mar 2017 at 2:47pm
Based on the way our two kittens tear around, I'd be afraid to have them loose in the TV. One likes to use me as an obstacle, digging in his rather sharp rear claws to push off as he traverses me. It's not something I'd like to happen in traffic especially.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote hogone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Mar 2017 at 7:46am
well I guess its a go. ill let you know the story when I return!! hogone
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Just a suggestion for your Rpod cat travels. 
No hard feelings, I hope. 

http://www.rulingcatsanddogs.com/funny-pet-picture-19-cat-carrier-joke-Tabby-Tote-domestic-animals-humor-pic.htm
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Post Options Post Options   Quote hogone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Apr 2017 at 7:13am
trip complete with thing the cat.  hes a traveling and camping machine.  hogone
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