Thursday, February 4, 2016

Walkin' Your Cat



Isn't this too cute? Thanks, Rye.

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  1. Awwww.
    And the only cat I ever tried to walk on a harness didn't take to it a fraction as well as that.

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    1. I don't see mine warming up to it either.

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  2. Rosie has become such a star around the social networks! Deservedly!

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    1. This is the first Rosie vid I've seen. I'll have to go looking. She's just cute as a button.

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  3. What a cutie, loved this video! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. my 3 say - we would NEVER stoop so low as (a) wear a leash and (b) walk with dogs.

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    1. Ha! I don't doubt that for a moment. 'Fraid mine wouldn't either:)

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  5. Awwwww! At first it appears the Husky's are the cats security guards. Then that cat starts trying to walk faster than one, bahaha. Great video to start the day off, thanks!!

    - Harlynn
    mindyourmadness.blogspot.com

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  6. Hi, dear Sandra!

    That is a very cute video! It reminds us that all kinds of critters (and people) can be besties.

    Do you remember the hit 1966 single by Norma Tanega?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPZVrmJ2HH8

    Have a happy Thursday, dear friend Sandra!

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    1. Perfect! That sound made me quite nostalgic for the 60s. Thanks, Shady.

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  7. Keeping up with the pups too. Tried a harness on a few cats before, didn't go over well lol

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    1. I've never had success with it either:)

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  8. Muffins:)

    So is the trick to start walking them when they're kittens? Because Harleyquinn tries to climb the trees, and Poison Ivy just lies flat on the ground hoping you'll take her back inside....

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    1. :) You are probably right on starting when they are kittens. Mine aren't leash material other.

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  9. When the girlies were little, they thought it would be a good idea to take Ink for a walk. We bought a harness and a leash. There was a huge battle just trying to get the harness on him. It was a better idea in theory. :-D

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  10. I've tried to walk a cat. It just goes to show, everything needs motivation. Rosie is motivated by her friends. I wish my elderly tom would want to do more than get the chihuahua's chasing through the house. Approaching 18, I don't think it may turn out that well for him sooner or later.

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    1. You've been an amazing parent to keep your baby for 18 years. That's in the geriatric zone. My oldest is approaching 14.

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    1. Are you saying you've had your quota today, Adam?

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  13. My husband's ex-wife had a pet iguana when he met her. I believe she did try to walk it once...it didn't go so well.

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  14. I think cats should be on leashes and not allowed to roam free-too many get killed by cars. I love this video. We let one of our cats out on a leash and he likes to meander about instead of walk but he , how shall I say, dislikes it when you want to bring him back in. My hubby has to put a thick blanket on him otherwise I would be picking up my hubby's arms off the ground:) Once the bugger is back in he turns back into a kitty instead of demon cat

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    1. Good for you, Birgit. You're good kitty parents.
      We have a privacy fence with a cat arm on it, so our crew can meander about in a safe environment.

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  15. rosie...high pawz & headbonx two ewe ....yur mooveee rocks de houz....we gived it 984 ...PAWS UP !! ♥♥ gram paw dude used ta go out in hiz harnezz...then de harnezz like shrunk in de wash we think....coz we couldna get it round hiz gut....uh.....bellah any mor ! ♥♥

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  16. :) Thanks for the paws up, much appreciated.
    The harness shrunk, huh.

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  17. How wonderful is that. That's a thing I never see only on here.

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    1. Hi Margaret,
      I've had some friends that have tried, but success.....Not so you'd notice:)

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  18. I used to walk my cat Sandra, you see she was Diabetic and couldn't go out to play like nother cats. She got used to it and the shots I had to give her.
    Great post.
    Yvonne.

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    1. I had a diabetic too, Yvonne. He was too feisty to give shots to so the vet put him on pills. He may have lived longer with the needle, but not sure I could have got the job done. Kudos to you. Sounds like you took good care of your baby.

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  19. Aww, so cute! I could not imagine my cats being that well-behaved on a leash.

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    1. Hi Elizabeth,
      Mine either. They would probably just turn around and look at me like I was nuts:)

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  20. Yup, adorable... Dogs & cats! <3

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  21. Awww, too cute! I love cats that can be walked on a leash!

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    1. Rose seems to feel perfectly comfortable doesn't she?

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  22. That's so sweet, Sandra. I've been thinking about walking my cat, Mongo, because he's been getting a bit fat. The thing is... I don't want to be known as the guy who walks his... cat haha.

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  23. Gotcha:)
    And...what if a huge cat-hating dog was on the loose. That could be really nasty.

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