Cats love to go on adventures whether it’s camping, a road trip or travel cross country in an RV! And, while cats can literally sleep anywhere, they do prefer warm and cozy places to catch up on their cat naps. Which is good reason why your feline travel companion will need one or two comfortable cat beds for travel and adventure.
Going on a road trip with cats can be a fun and adventurous experience for both of you! Or, it can end up being a total stressful crap shoot that will make you both taking the next exit to head back home. However, if you know how to prepare and care for your cat before taking them on a long-distance road trip, your dream adventure can come true!
Does your cat like to go camping with you? If so, do you leash your cat or allow him to explore on his own? If you do allow your cat to roam or free range, you may want to read this because your cat’s life depends on it.
As full-time RV travelers with cats onboard, we face some unique challenges. One of which is where do we put the cat litter box in your RV? Considering that RVs have very tight quarters, finding the perfect place to hide a litter box can be a daunting challenge. Not only must we appease our our kitty cats, but also keep down the cat box odor and not ruin the aesthetics of our RV.
Since the day we started the full-time RV lifestyle, one of our most asked questions is how we keep our cats from scratching furniture in our RV. It’s a cat’s natural instinct to use their claws for everything; from grabbing food, snagging their prey, climbing, and self soothing. But, there are ways to help prevent them from clawing up your RV furniture…and the cat gets to stay!
Dogs or cats love to go camping! After all, they want to be a part of your journey too. But, as pet owners, it’s our responsibility to practice simple camping pet etiquette to not allow our dogs and cats become a nuisance to other campers. So, how do we make our pets feel more welcome without annoying our camping neighbors?
When downsizing from our Kentucky home to our RV, we knew we’d have lots of challenges ahead. But those challenges become a whole other ball of yarn when it’s come to RVing with cats. From where to put the litter box to finding their favorite napping spots in our RV, we had to re-learn it all. We had to figure out how to accommodate their needs as well as create an environment where we all can survive. We’re living proof that you can RV with cats and want to share our experiences on the road as full-time RVers.
The question is how do you keep your pets cool and comfortable in your RV when it’s the hot outside? An RV or camper can get hot really fast in the summer. So, it’s important to take certain safety precautions when leaving your pet alone in your motorhome or towable RV when you leave your RV to go exploring.
Throughout our RV and camping travel adventures, we’ve taken note of some really cool outdoor and camping gear for dogs and cats. They like to go camping or enjoy the great outdoors just like us. So, why not set our furkids up with their own pet accessories so they can go and explore too!