View Poll Results: Where did get your traveling companion (pet)?
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Old 01-30-2006, 05:25 PM   #43
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Our Kerry Blue, Ceilidh found us when she was 6 weeks old, three weeks later she was all ours. We picked her up from a great breeder in Kentucky who we visited a few times before and after getting Ceilidh. When we first went up to the ranch, Ceilidh came running up to us and did not move away the whole time we were there she just played right there. We knew she was the perfect addition to our family. She is almost 4 years old and a wonderful traveler.
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Old 01-30-2006, 06:11 PM   #44
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Travelling Companion

I met my only travelling companion 38 years ago, married her and we are still together. We were a little worried about this full time 24/7 stuff but it seems to be working out OK

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Old 01-30-2006, 07:47 PM   #45
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Trouble

Here is our cat and future Airstream traveller " Trouble". A friend's father passed away recently, and had just gotten trouble as a kitten 3 month earlier. We adopted him, as our friend already has 2 older cats that do not like competition. Trouble is now 7 month old, still a kitten, and has adapted to us quite well. We will try and leash train him, so he can go travelling with us and be outside the trailer as well.
He is a Sokoke cat, we're told. Some rare African breed. Whatever.
Can't wait to get him out in the trailer.
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