…I have been getting harassed by my Indoor kitties to go outside like crazy lately. It must be all the smells of plants growing, there are also lots of birds, squirrels, cats & dogs in our neighbourhood as well, so maybe they just cannot take it anymore being behind glass & screens. I don’t want them to be outdoor cats, but will take them out on the leashes every once in awhile so they can sniff around and do their thang. I would be way too much of a worried kitty mother to let them be outdoors all the time. Especially living in the city.
Here are some shots of the beebers outsidin’ it up.
…this is what happens when you first put the harness and leash on Tuna. She plops. and she’ll do that for a little bit, because she is being oh so dramatic about being strapped in. You have to kinda lightly drag her around a little bit, she doesn’t seem to mind. After a little bit she’ll finally get up and walk around on her own and sniff stuff.
…She honestly doesn’t do very much when she’s outside, she just likes to sniff and listen to whatever sounds she hears. Here she is chillin’ in the front garden while I weed. She seriously has the sweetest, most adorably funny personality, and she reminds me of a teddy bear. My little Tuna.
…me standing there “patiently” waiting for her to arise so that we could move on.
…All Turtles wants to do when he’s out is munch on grass. He wants to nibble on everything green in sight. So far no sickies.
…nom, nom, nom.
…sometimes his size shocks me. He is a really big kitty. I love it. Everyone always flips out and ask what I feed him.
…this evening my husband had a good idea to tie the two separate leash ends together, instead of us holding them. So that if one kitty went one way, the other would stop it from getting too far. Trust me, they never go in the same direction so wouldn’t run off into the sunset or anything, and we were out with them so could keep an eye out. Walking two cats at once is dang near impossible. I tried it a couple times and ALWAYS regret it. It is Nothing like walking dogs. It’s a very slow thing, you mostly just stand around.
…what is that they hear with their radar kitty hearing?!
…just after we came in from outdoor adventures. Reflecting on what they had just experienced.