Transporting a cat via bicycle.

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Erica
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made it there, my cat was panting the whole way, and was so overwhelmed by all the new smells (he’s an indoor cat…never been outside for more than 5 minutes). As worried as I was, he was fine, just scared. Made it there with minimal problems.

Would I recommend doing this, or would I do it again?

Nope.


buffalo buffalo
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> Frankly, I’d take the bus, home anyway. The cat’s in a carrier, that’s good enough for PAT.

My ex & I once took cats (2!) on the bus, also to the vet. They spent the entire ride ‘talking’ to each other, but nobody else seemed to care (at least, nobody bold enough to say anything…).

Riding through Bloomfield last night, there was a woman waiting for the bus on Liberty just past the Honda dealership (across from the cat clinic i think?) with a cat carrier…


ejwme
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yesterday was likely too hot and miserable for this to be a great idea. in cooler weather, or at a less hectic time of day I think it would be less of an issue.

buffalo2, that image is HILARIOUS. While riding buses I’ve ignored people talking to each other in a variety of languages, people talking to me in a variety of languages, and people talking to themselves in a variety of languages. But I would totally not be able to ignore two cats holding a conversation.


Erica
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It was either going to rain yesterday, or be really unbearably hot. I wish it had rained.


StuInMcCandless
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Had it rained, kitty would have needed a splash guard.


Erica
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yeah, I had those.

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