Hi all on Selfie Sunday! It's another day after snow day here in Connecticat. It's too snowy and cold to even put my pawsies out the front door. I did find a big box to jump in and hang out today on a quiet Sunday.
I am a furry sociable kitteh and loved it when the humans came to visit at the hollydays. I have to tell you that, yes, it is true that the little people are sticky. Here is my little sticky cousin, Cora, trying to give me some sticky food while my other cousin, Jessie was trying to hold me. Cora is a very generous sticky cousin that's for sure! She was being nice to me because she knew that I was missing Beau Beau (well maybe not so much...). When she first came in the house she went running to the bedroom yelling "Beau Beau"! They really did bond when she was here the first time with him. Now it's my turn.
These pictures are from an old post from when Angie had to go to the V.E.T to get her teeth removed.
Since there is a law being considered to bar driving with your pet on your lap in the good ole nanny State of CT, there may be no more calming the ole kitty (or Mommy) down on the way to the V.E.T. Now I know it's actually a good idea to keep your pet in a carrier to keep them and you safe while driving but I think that should be up to the person who is driving. It's just one more freedom that is being taken away from us - the freedom to make a decision.
When Beau Beau was alive I would put him in his carrier and actually seat belt the carrier in. Angie is another story. In the carrier, she would claw frantically at it. With the carrier with the metal bars in the front, by the time I got her to the vet her claws were a shredded bloody mess (only about 10 mins away). When I used the cardboard box shed would shred that and be half way out of it by the time I got there. Finally, I'd put the box in the car, let her sit on my lap while driving and she'd be calm and fine during the entire ride.
Here she is in the car checking things out before we left the house. This was back in 2011.
Yeah - she looks like she got to drive da metal monster! haha! She probably would drive better than some of the morons that drive like maniacs past our house!
She knows her house!
I know if we drove an RV for a trip that she'd be laying right on the dashboard all relaxed and enjoying the ride!