Walkies Welcome, Photos And More, With Or Without Leashes

raysmyheart

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Jan 21, 2015
Messages
2,865
Purraise
8,636
Location
Massachusetts
R raysmyheart - Sweet, lovely Speedy - she looks so intent in the photo.
.
Thank you @1CatOverTheLine !
Yes, she is very alert on a sunny day like this, today. You can tell by her ears and eyes. I don't keep her in the sun very long at all, it is too much for her. She is more comfortable and safer in the shade.:)
 

Jcatbird

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 5, 2017
Messages
8,438
Purraise
45,720
Location
Southern U.S.
Walkers! Yay! I often get questions about walking kitties and leash/harness training. Some cats lie it, some don’t! :p
My Lady loves it and now, she never even pays attention to whether the leash is on. She assumed it is and stay close. She never wants to be outside without me anyway. Lol She loved her newest harness. It suits her prissy cattitude. Girly girl.
Waiting for her escort!
8F84C8AC-DB7F-48EF-BDCD-A3F3F215BC97.jpeg

Waiting patiently for an open door!
61880002-62C2-4110-8761-4A8ADA38F32E.jpeg

Favorite scratching post.
B4641EA1-FC3B-47B0-955D-28395A93B136.jpeg


04E80EC2-8D0A-4421-92A2-7902560656A1.jpeg

A little bird watching.
94A9085F-87BD-43C2-9987-C732824DF762.jpeg

Flowers, not so happy about the harness.
F0748E7C-E963-471F-A58F-D6B126C2132F.jpeg

Banjo found it didn’t suit her personality and....
66FE568D-4138-4B13-B781-3D0C488F12C8.jpeg

Quickly removed it! :lol:
46DB179E-ABCF-4EA7-9B47-DF096A748901.jpeg

Training them indoors to use a harness is a very good idea!!
 
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #107

dustydiamond1

Minion to Gypsy since October 2016
Thread starter
Top Cat
Joined
Jan 24, 2017
Messages
6,978
Purraise
20,110
Location
Central Illinois, USA
:doh: I had forgotten about this thread!
Jcatbird Jcatbird , Lady is so lovely in her beautiful harness dress.:bouquet: Petco & Petsmart here in town sell ones like hers.
Marts Marts , your photo of Benjamin and Bruce marching the escapee back home made me laugh out loud! :crackup:I'm picturing your demeanor as properly contrite! :bawling:
 

Marts

TCS Member
Adult Cat
Joined
Jul 19, 2018
Messages
248
Purraise
1,890
Location
Devon, UK
dustydiamond1 dustydiamond1 - they aren't allowed out at night but every day if I need to go out I need to allow time to evade the boys. They will follow me howling after me. I don't mind if I go to the quay as there are no roads but anywhere else they escort me back home.
 

Jcatbird

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 5, 2017
Messages
8,438
Purraise
45,720
Location
Southern U.S.
PushPurrCatPaws PushPurrCatPaws Lady loved her harness!:lol: She is a bit of a priss!

mazie mazie I got that one at PetSmart. We have regular ones but Lady always wants to dress up. The others agree that Lady should have it! :p

Marts Marts I am really loving how your babies take care of you. They are wonderful escorts! That’s so funny and sweet.

dustydiamond1 dustydiamond1 Hello to you and dear Gypsy! She looks so pretty in that lush greenery. I think the colors of her leash and harness compliment her fur!
I just found this thread. I’m glad you were reminded of it. Gypsy is a great example of a Walkie! Mine are still adjusting to the idea. Lady agreed as soon as she saw the dress. :cloud9:Banjo.... not so much! :flail:
 

Jcatbird

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 5, 2017
Messages
8,438
Purraise
45,720
Location
Southern U.S.
Jcatbird Jcatbird - it is adorable however if I am short on time for an appointment and they spot me and insist on walking me home it can be a little inconvenient. However I wouldn't have them any other way.
;) They do tend to make us bend to their schedule! Kitties! :lol: I wonder what they would do if you started jogging home? :runningcat:
 

Jcatbird

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 5, 2017
Messages
8,438
Purraise
45,720
Location
Southern U.S.
Jcatbird Jcatbird - I have tried this they run with me. All my neighbours and local businesses call me the cat lady because they happen to see me walking quite often accompanied by at least one cat.
:flail:They run too! That would make the funniest video ever! You should get someone to film that. “ Exercising with Kitties!” That would be a big hit! :redheartpump:
 

aliceneko

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 28, 2017
Messages
4,335
Purraise
7,424
Location
London, England
Truffles is gorgeous! My mother has a friend from work who rescued a cat, Chunk, who is a survivor of FelV, and he had his first walk (on a leash) outside today. He was only able to go inside his garden, of course, though they have quite a spacious garden so there was enough room for Chunk to stretch his legs and have a little explore without feeling too confined. Apparently he was very nervous at first, but he soon felt quite comfortable.
 

Willow's Mom

TCS Member
Alpha Cat
Joined
Aug 28, 2019
Messages
601
Purraise
16
Location
inside of your imagination and/or smartphone app
Img_190831141430.JPG


Apologies for the bad photography; these were taken by the single human at the end of all three leashes.
Img_190831141938.JPG

Willow really does trot along quite a distance on her on four little feet. I was hoping she would tolerate being carried along in a sling or backpack and am thrilled to have a real little walking buddy.

Img_190831132204.JPG


For some reason she really enjoyed walking across these bridges.
Img_190831144244.JPG


Img_190831151414.JPG
 

Attachments

Jcatbird

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Dec 5, 2017
Messages
8,438
Purraise
45,720
Location
Southern U.S.
So cute! Willow you are lovely! Maybe since bridges are elevated and cats like being up high, she just likes looking down. Don’t try to get down there Willow!

The photo of her in the tree is so adorable. It looks like she is smiling! Good job getting photos AND holding leashes! That must have been a challenge.;)
 
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #120

dustydiamond1

Minion to Gypsy since October 2016
Thread starter
Top Cat
Joined
Jan 24, 2017
Messages
6,978
Purraise
20,110
Location
Central Illinois, USA
View attachment 298196

Apologies for the bad photography; these were taken by the single human at the end of all three leashes.
View attachment 298197
Willow really does trot along quite a distance on her on four little feet. I was hoping she would tolerate being carried along in a sling or backpack and am thrilled to have a real little walking buddy.

View attachment 298198

For some reason she really enjoyed walking across these bridges.
View attachment 298199

View attachment 298200
:hellosmiley::hithere: So glad you found this thread:salam: You are very, very brave to walk three at a time! Who is everyone? Are they all yours? It is so great the way she walks with the doggys:clap:The picture of her striding along is so cool the way you captured her shadow too:bouquet: Your photography is very good especially considering you had your hands so full and yes it will keep improving with practice. :camera:
 
Top