A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Thursday, August 9, 2012

Sinbad in the View


Well the little guy really doesn't matter what type of vehicle he is in, just as long as he is with me.



The steps on the View do provide a better outside viewpoint (no pun intended)


but with no greater range to roam than did the Box.


The preferred sleeping area while in motion or at rest, doesn't matter. I added the shelf so as to provide extra space for shoes.  Shoes go elsewhere now.


14 comments:

  1. Great tours of your RVs (mobile homes in this country) old and new. It's something I've always fancied - the kettle can be on and tea made as soon as you stop - en route even. In the mean time I shall content myself with my tent.

    I must say that it looks cosy but with Sinbad lying around it, it is even more so.

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  2. Those are such sweet photos, he is so comfortable sleeping just where he likes.

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  3. Since ours is a travel trailer tag-along, we don't have the opportunity to enjoy quite the same opportunities that you do with your RV, but I love having our own "stuff". And our Sweetie Dog loves the RV! Sinbad is just at home wherever you are, I guess!

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  4. nothing like contented cats; a little t.l.c. goes a looong way

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  5. That is one happy cat. I can see why.

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  6. the tours of your traveling home have been pure delight. I've often wondered if I could travel around in a motor home and I'm of the opinion that I might get claustrophobic in such a tight space. Sinbad has no problem with tight spaces though. I think you should record him meowing - I'd like to hear him speak! happy day to you both.

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  7. He's at home anywhere. He is so cool.

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  8. we travel back and forth from city to country, an hour's ride each way, staying three or four days each place. so our kitty comes with us and she is a good car traveler. is very calm sitting on the armrest between us in the truck with her carrier, door open for safety and security should she wish it. having been abandoned previously (or perhaps gotten lost) she doesn't mind as long as she is with us.

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  9. I love that you have moved your shoes for him. Kitties need a place to hideaway where they are confined a bit and feel safe. So cute!

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  10. Love the pics of Sinbad. He looks exactly like my childhood kitty, Fluffy. I know, not a very cool name. But I was a kid!

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  11. Awe, so cute. We have a cat named BG (black girl) who stays outside most of the time, but sometimes it gets too hot or too cold and in she comes. He has her hiding places--sometimes in the dining room on a chair, but often in the back walk-in closet (with windows) on top of a box or shelf. :)

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  12. I love that kitty. So adorably cute.
    Is he on a leash? If you can get him to walk on a lead, that's awesome.
    Peace :)

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