Camping is great fun for the whole family. Including the four-legged ones.
So, it was time to let Ivy, my cat, enjoy the freedom of truck camping and a new second home on wheels. Why not?
Dogs love to swim, explore all the new smells of the great outdoors, sneaking dropped camping goodies, and the thrill of hunting big game, even if it is just chasing a chipmunk.
Her eyes became as wide as saucers and she was all claws, my otherwise docile kitty quickly showed me who was boss. She obviously didn’t appreciate the safety and comfort I was able to provide for her in a camper.
She lived up to the name “Poison Ivy” as in something that you get while camping and never want to be exposed to it again. I left her home to reign over her own little kingdom, maybe it’s not too late to rent a dog for the weekend.
Safe Step: Step riser guard panels protect pets from falling and “see through” anxiety on scissor steps. http://www.torklift.com/products/safestep.php
Advice for camping with a cat... by Torklift Jen
I miss my furry friend when I'm gone, but she's definitely happier at home, I agree! Thank you for reading about my adventure.
we have 2 dachshunds just so they could go camping with us. well...sort of. we (meaning my wife but in the end she was...uh....right and i saw it her way) always wanted to get smaller dogs. we always had big dogs. they are wonderful to take with us in our truck camper adventures.
It looks like you've got some great camping buddies, I'm following the tc life and will learn a lot from your adventures, too. Thanks!
Hello there! This blog post could not be written much better!
Reading through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!
He always kept preaching about this. I will send this post to him.
Pretty sure he's going to have a very good read. I appreciate you for sharing!