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Thursday, 11 June, 2009

Cat Walking Jacket

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  1. Erin permalink
    Thursday, 25 March, 2010 18:07

    Cute, LOVE him!
    How’s he doing with it now? Would you recommend this jacket?
    What kind of cat is he?

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    • Thursday, 25 March, 2010 21:08

      I must confess leash training Bob did not work out nearly as well as I had hoped. We worked almost daily, sometimes two or three times in a day, but he never quite got the idea. Bob is intimidated by even the smallest and friendliest of dogs. This pretty much threw a wrench into my plans. You really can’t go where people spend time with their animals, or just walk around, without running into dogs. This went on for about five months. He still lets me put the jacket on him, and it is very useful for when we go visiting. Bob is intimidated by even the smallest and friendliest of dogs. This pretty much threw a wrench into my plans. You can’t go where people spend time with their animals, or just walk around, without running into dogs.

      I absolutely recommend the Met Pet jacket. It is well constructed, generally attractive while worn and machine washable. Today the jacket still looks like it did when delivered and I’ve washed it several times. I’ve read some cats don’t take to the jacket, but Bob had no problems at all.

      Bob comes from the place all the best pets come from. He was adopted from my local animal shelter. Technically his pattern is called “brown mackerel tabby”. A few people who know about these things, including a couple of the staff at his vet’s office, think he may be part Bengal. Indeed, he may have qualified as a poor example of some pattern or other breed quality and abandoned. Bob is fed and tended to with all the rules one follows for a Bengal and he is doing quite well. Since the video he has grown to nearly fourteen pounds of lean, handsome beast.

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