A cat dad has been traveling across Europe with his feline trio on his shoulders and they are capturing the hearts of cat people all over the world.
When the adventurous cat dad took his three cats, named Spongecake, Donut and Mocha, for the first time to Central Park, in New York City, he noticed that they were very curious about the outside world so he started training them to go on adventures around their city.
As time went by, the cats were really enjoying exploring new places, and one of them even started demanding to go outdoors every day.
“That’s when we thought about traveling with them abroad” their dad said.
Since then, Spongecake, Donut and Mocha have enjoyed visiting Paris, Milan and Venice, among other European cities.
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Although most people are amused by their videos and adventures, some cat people wonder if so much traveling is actually good and fair for these three precious cats.
Some people on the Internet have shown their concern and asked: “Why do you take them with you everywhere?,” to which the proud cat dad replied: “Because we’re family.”
Watching their videos, you can clearly see that these three beautiful kitties have a voracious appetite for adventure. They can be seen walking through busy streets, happily receiving pets from strangers, and climbing trees.
Many tips and tricks can come in handy when it comes to traveling with cats so Spongecake, Mocha, and Donut’s cat dad has shared information on everything he has experienced so far, from how to board a flight with your pets to what documents you might need for traveling.
“Traveling with cats seems daunting. It does take a good amount of preparation. Before we travel to a country, we do research on what paperwork required is for the kitties to enter the country.” the adventurous cat dad explained.
“Traveling with cats also means that we need bigger suitcases to bring with us pet supplies such as cat food, litter, toys, scratchers and so on,” he said.
Other important steps you should take before embarking in such a rewarding adventure, include checking airline policies, getting all the required documents and finding pet-friendly hotels and restaurants before your trip begins.
All images by: @spongecake_thescottishfold
Although cats are regarded as animals that love to stay home and have their quite routine, with a little bit of work and persistence, cats can become great travel companions.
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Safe and happy travels begin with your cat “thinking” the carrier is a great place to be! But how do we do that?
You can have the carrier open and available at all times and make it as inviting as possible. You can also try giving your cats treats in their carrier to create a positive association.
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