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Old January 22nd, 2013, 08:10 AM
tezster tezster is offline
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Sounds like I will just have to experiment and play it by ear, so to speak.

The cats encountering something during their walks that spooks and/or excites them is what I'm most concerned with. It could be as simple as seeing a squirrel, or someone else walking their dog. Even with no external trigger, I can envision both cats wrestling with each other, then feeling the need to bolt off in opposite directions. I can deal with one cat in distress... two, that would definitely be tricky.

And I do realize that a cat can get out of its harness if it really wanted to. They key is exercising proper leash control which I've learned (sometimes the hard way) with Newt. I imagine leash control with two cats facing different directions would be close to impossible.
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