I use to take 2 of my cats in their soft carriers to the beach with me when I was living in Oahu. But now I have 3 cats and they are a bit heavier than before so I can't walk with them like I use to...what do you guys think about putting cats in strollers and walking them around?
I like the idea so then they can have fresh air just like dogs but not sure what stroller to get for 3 cats that is comfortable for all 3 and able to carry all 3...what do you guys think? I found one that sits two cat like carriers so then I could put 2 and 1 but...don't know.
aaa my kitties liked being taken out to the beach and to the mailbox while in Hawaii. And they do try to walk out of the apartment out with me so I think they would love being in a stroller so I can take them for walks in the park.
Kittens are happy with just about anything in my experience I had one who just didn't grow up either! VellyBoomBoom was her name Velly cause she would stick to me like velcro and boom boom because she was like a boomerang! When doing my homework she just had to sit on my homework and purr in my face! While I didn't hate the distraction it was a distraction and I would pick her up and toss her onto my bed. She LOVED that! She would bounce off the bed and back onto my homework!
She was totally amazing! We raised Siamese cats and she was the only one born with long hair. It was kinda weird and we decided she was NOT going to be sold! As she grew she developed the most amazing personality and I have not seen that kind of loving personality to that extent in any cat since. She was a real blessing!
I"m not surprised it was a "wiener dog" that bit you. People are often fooled by their size. Little dogs are not always friendly and I believe dachshunds were once used to hunt vermin, so they really aren't a "lap" dog. My friend has one and he can be quite a snappy little bugger. He likes to dig holes in the yard too.
I have two yorkies myself and I'm sure they would both be mortified if I were ever to put them into a pet stroller. They are both clueless to the fact that they look like puppies or stuffed toys. They think they are tough guys and they like to catch chipmunks and field mice to prove it.
I bet it would be wonderful fun to push your cats around if they'd let you. Then when people approach you to look at your beautiful "babies" you can laugh as the surprise crosses their faces. Quite the fuzzy children you have there! Ha!
Well that surprise happened to me the first time I saw it. I was at the park at my daughter's soft ball game and thought this woman was pushing her baby around in a covered stroller to keep it protected from the sun. Then I saw it was a cat and just about pissed myself. I though, OMG she's pushing around her cat in that stroller. That was a few years ago. Now I don't think anything of it, but the very first time I saw it, I thought maybe she's got some mental issues and the cat was a sub for a baby. It was both funny and creepy at the same time.