I’ve spent a lot of time leash training my people – so that they take me outside when the best hunting times are, and I stay safer by not wandering off too far (it keeps them from worrying too much).
I love patrolling the nearby bushes and trees around our campsite.
Long ago, they got a super big caribeener so they can attach my retractable leash to things so they can carry on with doing other important things nearby – like changing my litter box and preparing my dinner.
With the bus, they got even more lazy and just opened up the front door and attached my leash to a big hole in the wheel thingy – which started scratching up the paint.
When we got to Master Tech RV this last spring and going over super important bus projects (like my new private bathroom – I can’t wait!) – we came up with a great idea.
One of the projects is replacing our big awning with one without arms. It’s also automatic – so it’ll give them more time to spoil me instead of fiddling with that darn thing.
But there would be a big ugly boo-boo left on the side of the bus where the old arm used to attach.
They started talking about replacing the panel, or trying to patch it.
Then Tim said ‘How about we put in a hook for Kiki?’
He ordered in a folding step that would normally go on a truck or boat, mounted it sidewards – and voila – a perfect folding cat hook right by the door. It covers the boo-boo nicely and it’s super functional.
Sometimes these humans can be pretty clever, eh?
Ok my fellow traveling human wranglers, get over to Amazon.com and order these things to replicate my system (quick, do it before your people notice you’re drooling on the keyboard!):
I like Tim and Master Tech RV. They get us cats.