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Cats & Travel > Selecting the Right Harness Type

Desiree- Kisufit Dara

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Purred: Tue Jul 25, '06 4:04pm PST 
Sammy, our mommy ordered us an extra small figure 8 dog harness which looks pretty strong. It's not the regular type that if you make one loop smaller the other gets larger. we can't adjust it by tugging on it or contorting our bodies. We'll definitely have to try it around the apt first to make sure it works well and is the right fit. Just wanted to see if there's something better before we go outside with it.

Eve, our mommy just got us on Saturday. She was a little worried about people's reactions to the stroller too, but figured it would be easier than a carrier on her and us to take us to the vet and it's spacious for us to sit in at the park. We'll be using it for the first time Thursday morning. Lucy already tried getting in it to see some of the toys that were inside. We'll let you know how it goes.
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Cats & Travel > Selecting the Right Harness Type
Desiree- Kisufit Dara

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Purred: Tue Jul 25, '06 8:13am PST 
My sister and I live on the 20th floor so there are not too many birds to see directly outside our window. Our mommy wants to know what you all think of the various types of harnesses--figure 8, h-shape, v-shape in terms of safety. Which is the most difficult for us to get out of?

Our mommy wants to take us in the gated garden outside our building. We also have a cat stroller for when we go places further away. Of course we will have to try the harness around the apt first to make sure it is adjusted to the right fit.

Thank you in advance for your advice.
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