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Old January 21st, 2013, 09:37 AM
tezster tezster is offline
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Possible to walk two cats at the same time?

I'm wondering if it would be possible to walk both of my cats at the same time? I'm not quite sure if this is a good idea, or if it's a recipe for disaster? Does anyone do this successfully?

Quick background:

Newt (black DSH) is an adopted stray. She's 99% leash trained, loves the outdoors, and I've taken her out many times on walks.

Newton is Newt's kitten. Now 5.5 months old. He's about ~40% leash-trained.

Newton has picked up his mom's love of the outdoors. I haven't taken him out on walks yet, since it's just too cold during the winter months, but I have had him on a leash a couple of times during vet visits. Aside from the challenges of getting the harness on, he has adapted to it fairly well.

Once it gets warmer, I'll probably start taking both cats out on walks. Whether I walk them individually or together (using a double-leash) is something I'm not sure of.


Last edited by tezster; January 21st, 2013 at 09:38 AM. Reason: added photo
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