Anyone ever walked their cat?

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    I spent $33 today on two harnesses and matching leashes. The hardest part was getting the harness on. One of the cats (age 2) didn't have much trouble, and even did okay 'walking'. The other (age 3): total disaster. I'm hoping it'll get easier over time.
     
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    Did the older one do the "limp kitty" thing? Then all you can do is release them or drag 'em along behind you. :eusa_shhh:
     
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    Now dragging cats sounds fun !!! :clap2:
     
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    Cats on a leash? What's next . . . .

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    They lash their tail and glare at you. People glare at you too. Not really all that fun.

    Or the psycho kitty that runs to the end of the leash, then turns and fights it. you'd think they would enjoy a walk outside ...
     
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    The younger one did the "limp kitty" thing. (That's a great way to describe it.) I would never ever drag her. She did okay for the first time. She was really happy when I took the harness off.

    I didn't have the neck part of the harness small enough for the older cat and it slipped past her front legs onto her mid-section. She was not happy. I was afraid she was going to claw me, but I eventually got it off. Now she's in one of our bedrooms looking out the window and she doesn't want to have anything to do with me. She'll probably trip me in the morning causing me to break my leg.
     
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    If she does, we'll keep you company here while you recuperate. :tongue:
     
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    Speaking of putting a cat on a leash and clawing you.......... old classic.:lol::lol::lol:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dR_LHlFwlhk]YouTube - Pinky the Cat[/ame]
     
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    That guy deserved that. He obviously hasn't handled too many cats. :lol:
     

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