How to Train Your Cat How to Hike

Tabitha and I want to help you teach your pous how to hike too! It takes a lot of time and patience, but what doesn’t in life? Enjoy!

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  1. Felicia Cro
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    Awesome video!

  2. Michelle Williams
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    What about dogs? That's my biggest worry…

  3. Helena Sáez
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    How did you manage to make her so comfortable with the outsides?

  4. Heather Jones
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    awesome video and such a cute Puss:)

  5. P. Russell
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    Wish I had a poos to hike with

  6. MothraVsTheWorld
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    i like your harness, what brand is it?

  7. Loubiification
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    Thank you, that was very helpful. I just wonder how it would go if i took my two cats hiking. Probably I'd need a second person to join me…
    Have you ever taken your car on overnight trips? I'd love to take my cats camping and hiking for a week or two some time.

  8. Fadia Samira ♡
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    please make more videos like this 🙂

  9. Henry Bascombe
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    I am wanting to try this, however do you think your cat enjoys herself?

  10. Carmen Caracuel
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    Amazing video! Do you know where I could find a bag like that to carry my cat ? I have been looking on Internet and I dont really like the bags I found…thanks!!

  11. Cornell Bentley
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    the "little pouse" awwwww

  12. Traveler's Garden - Der Garten der Reisenden
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    I recommend on training the cat off-leash as well, being on leash is too restricting on the long run. Cats can't climb & run freely in a leash. I trained my 2 cats to walk on a 8 meter leash first, then to follow off-leash…we do that for almost 9 years. Of course for off-leash hiking it should be a natural & calm area and the cats need to be trained more intensely in general. Regardless of what is happening, they need to come to the owner, see that person as a safe space…but in general they need to be trained not to spook (run off), when scary stuff happens (dogs come, loud noises etc.). That's more work, but is 100% worth it & the cat can enjoy the hike fully free.

  13. Grissel Chaves
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