Some have asked if Sinbad enjoys travelling. Perhaps these pictures will answer that. At home he is strictly an indoor cat except for those few times someone didn't shout a door tight. He is a master at opening doors. He only rides like this when he senses the vehicle slowing way down which usually is when we are cruising a campground for a campsite (always getting unwanted attention) and as in this instance when we were driving slowly in a wildlife refuge. Next question is "Has he ever fallen out?" Only once. This was long ago on our first outing together when I still had my old Land Rover. It was a bumpy road out in the middle of the desert going real slow. Now I always have a firm grasp of his tail, although I do not here in these photos. I can sense the shift in his body weight and then get a hold of his tail just in case. The only scary moment was when I had an Izuzu Trooper with power windows. We were making a night run home from Mount St. Helens after one of its active phases. He stood up on the passenger door to watch all the bright lights of the cars we were passing on I-5. His foot was on the power window button and down comes the window as we're blasting along at 70mph! That really got my attention. Him? Just curious as to what was going on. I grabbed his tail, pulled him away and then was able to get the window back up. After that, I learned the car had a power window lock button on the driver door.