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First long walk!

Nitro

and his servant, Paul
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I took Nitro to the local nature center today, with my mom and her fancy SLR in tow. Despite this being only his 5th time on a leash and him being unfixed + 4.5 months old, he was so incredibly well behaved! We were outside for nearly 1.5 hours and, short of going at a slow pace, had no issues whatsoever!
 

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Savannah Super Cat
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Great pictures,
The only reason I haven't taken simba out for a walk is that I'm afraid that something might spoke him and cause him to panic. I can just picture him trying to climb up my body or just plain freaking out.
 

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Paige
Staff member
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I took Nitro to the local nature center today, with my mom and her fancy SLR in tow. Despite this being only his 5th time on a leash and him being unfixed + 4.5 months old, he was so incredibly well behaved! We were outside for nearly 1.5 hours and, short of going at a slow pace, had no issues whatsoever!
Awesome pics Paul! Nitro looks as though he is having a blast! Thanks for sharing!
 

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Paige
Staff member
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Great pictures,
The only reason I haven't taken simba out for a walk is that I'm afraid that something might spoke him and cause him to panic. I can just picture him trying to climb up my body or just plain freaking out.
mark, it does happen. I started taj out as a very young kitten and he did get spooked, wiggled out of his harness and ran - home! I was petrified, but there he was sitting at my front door when I had been searching for him...so you must make sure his harness or leash fits him very well...and take him out the first few times and just sit with him, perhaps...not even walk...let him smell and sniff his surroundings.