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A private father and son camping trip was crashed by a hungry cat. Little did they know that the hungry cat had a surprise for them.
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Stephn: They go back and forth using the pass through/window slider I was talking about before. I made a five to seven centimeter foam gasket that I’ve put in between the camper and the truck. Our cats can step on the foam gasket as they go back and forth. There’s an additional platform in the truck with a bed and some food and water. I also keep my camera up there so I can grab it at all times.
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Remember that a cat can change the nature of your camping trip.
I’ve had several cats that loved to take long walks in the woods with me, but all we had to do was walk out the door to get there. I’ve never considered taking them camping with me, and frankly, still wouldn’t. If you are considering this, consider a destination close to home for your first outing.Every summer my family and I go camping for six weeks at a lake inNorthern California. I knew this would be a problem for me when I hadmy cat, so I began looking for ways to get around this 'problem'. Ifirst thought of hiring a pet sitter, but since I had recently movedand did not feel comfortable with a stranger coming to my home for sixweeks,Idecided against it. Then I thought of having one of my friends helpout, but they would not be around for the summer either. My thoughtsturned to boarding.There you have it – definitive proof that cats can camp as well as any canine! These cats seem so comfortable in their camping digs, we have a feeling you would have no problem . “So my son and I like to go camping. We do it quite often and have a hidden spot we love to go to. This time when we arrived there was a cat there. It was quite skinny and obviously abandoned. I get to work setting up the tent while my son becomes friends with this cat I will most likely be taking home,” dad shared on . Ryan Carter, the creator of , is now inspiring cat lovers all over the world to go camping with their cats. They post photos of people camping with their cats on Instagram with the #campingwithcats hashtag.The exercise pen served as a 'predator-guard'. I used it to partiallyencircle the cages so that she had a double layer of wire behind whichto hide if necessary. This also helped protect her from any unwantedvisitors like wandering dogs and unfriendly wildlife (which rarely madetheir way into the campground except at night, during which Kona wouldsleep in the tent with me). I later re-arranged this X-pen so itencircled the entire back part of the large kennel plus the sides, andended at the very front of the medium kennel. This added layer came inhandy when one ofmy friend's dogs tried to bite through the wire at the kitty. She couldonly get to the first layer of wire on the X-pen, and the cat remainedsafe from harm. An additional protection was the presence of myfamily's dog, who happens to be a superb guard dog and keeps wildlifeand wandering dogs out of our camp. He often stayed in camp while wewere out playing on the lake for the day (sometimes there is just noroom for an 85-lb dog on the boat).