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Question for those that walk their cat!

KMcgown

Site Supporter
#1
Do you walk them all winter? I live in the Northeast so it is very cool here in the late fall and winter. I am not sure if I should be taking him out for his usual 1/2 hour walk (twice daily). Maybe shorten it? It is the highlight of our morning so I would hate to cut it out. I guess I could see if he still WANTs to got out then. He may think its too cold! So what do you do??
 

George

Savannah Super Cat
#2
I guess he will let you know if he feels like going into the cold or if he prefers to stay home:)
Hopefully when we get our savannah we wont have that problem, winter here in Cyprus is not so cold. We could walk him on the seafront ( with less people around in Winter ) or even on the beach... does anyone take his savannah to the beach for walks ? :)
 

NikkiA

Site Supporter
#3
I live in New Jersey, and last winter, unless it was snowing or raining, our F5 wanted to go for a walk. He may not get very far, but he likes to have the option. If he changes his mind. He tends to either (a) lay down or (b) paw me to be picked up.
 

George

Savannah Super Cat
#4
I live in New Jersey, and last winter, unless it was snowing or raining, our F5 wanted to go for a walk. He may not get very far, but he likes to have the option. If he changes his mind. He tends to either (a) lay down or (b) paw me to be picked up.
Is it the one on the avatar? Sweet :)
 

SV Dad

Site Supporter
#5
My cats like to go out into the snow on a nice day. They are fascinated by it. I usually have to bring them in before they freeze their paws. But if it is snowing and windy, they prefer to stay inside.
 

Ashley

Savannah Super Cat
#6
Kovu is a turd & won't go out if its raining or snowing & since we live in Tacoma.. well, he doesn't get out in the winter much. haha
 

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
#9
Juba doesn't like to walk when it's above 80 degrees; otherwise, the weather isn't an issue. He likes snow, wind, rain, sleet, & hail. It never fails that he chooses to go for a long walk when it's cold and the wind is blowing so hard it's raining sideways. That's his favorite. I had to buy myself some rain gear to wear.