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An Update with Caster “Mudge” If you read our last blog post or have been following us on Instagram, you probably know that Caster has been very sick with a mystery illness for the past 4+ weeks. Things were pretty scary there for a minute, especially since the vets couldn’t figure out what was wrong. Unfortunately they still haven’t pinpointed or diagnosed anything, but I am happy and grateful to report that Caster is doing much better! He had a big turn around last Wednesday or so. His went to the vet last Monday because, in addition to the multitude of other seemingly random symptoms, he was eating and throwing up litter and hadn’t pooped in I don’t know how long. I was concerned he had a blockage or something, so off we went to the vet for the 6th time in 3 weeks. Caster wasn’t cooperating for X-rays, and our vet, Dr. Caldwell, didn’t want to sedate him because of his fragile health state, so we had to settle for our vet just feeling Caster’s abdomen to try to determine if there was a blockage. He said that if there was anything, he didn’t think it was substantial, so […]

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5 Reasons Why Cats with Cerebellar Hypoplasia Make the Best Adventure Cats One of the most frequent questions I get asked about my adventure cats is how I got started taking them out and about. My adventure cat journey actually began several years ago with Sophie. If you don’t already know, Sophie has a neurological disorder called cerebellar hypoplasia that causes her to be wobbly and unsteady, lacking coordination and fine motor control. One day, my husband and I decided to take her out in our backyard to play because we knew we wouldn’t have to worry about her running off. She can’t run very fast, after all. Long story short, she absolutely loved it. We eventually started taking her out more and more, and I quickly came to the realization cats with cerebellar hypoplasia (CH) make the best adventure cats! 1. You don’t have to worry about them getting away. Depending on the mobility level of your CH kitty, you probably don’t have to worry too much about her running off or getting away from you while outside. Adventure cats managing to slip out of their harness while outdoors is a big concern, but with CH cats it’s not […]

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Savannah Explorations with Kylo Ren *Disclosure: This post also contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links, we will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Last weekend my Kylo Ren, my husband, and I drove down to Savannah for a long weekend. Thanks to Red Roof Inn, we were able to enjoy a three-night stay in comfort without having to pay any pet fees for bringing Kylo along! Being about a three hour drive away, Savannah has always been a go-to destination for Bobby and me. Surprisingly though, we had never brought any of the cats along with us before. In planning this trip, I was pleased to find out that Savannah is actually a very pet-friendly city! For some reason though, Kylo Ren was not really into this trip. He was fine in the car on the way down (he very rarely makes a peep when traveling in the car), but he did not let us get much sleep that first night. We got in to the hotel late Thursday night, and then he cried and cried all night long, which he has never done before. Usually he settles in bed with […]

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Adventure Cat Travel Guide: Savannah, GA In just a couple weeks, we will be packing our bags and heading down to Savannah, GA for a long weekend, and I couldn’t be more excited. Savannah is a favorite weekend destination for my husband and me. This trip will be different though because Kylo Ren (and possibly Caster) of the KCC Adventure Team will be joining us! This will be our first Savannah trip with one of our adventure cats in tow, so I have been busy trying to find cat-friendly things to do and places to go. Thankfully, Savannah has tons of cat-friendly options, so I figured I would compile my findings into a handy travel guide in case any other adventure cats and their humans decide to make the trip too. *Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of these links, we will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Cat-Friendly Accommodations in Savannah Many of the hotels in Savannah are pet-friendly, but most of them charge extra pet fees. There are a couple of options that do not charge extra for pets though… The Brice, A Kimpton Hotel – For […]

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