@bruno_ragdoll_ the adventure cat walking through water

Interview with @bruno_ragdoll_

Cat Harness Australia
Q: Tell us about Bruno! Breed? Age?
A: I'm a bi-colour Ragdoll. I'm an April kitty, which makes me 17 months old.

Q: How long did it take to get used to walking in a harness? What age did you start and what size are you?
A: Jacci, my human (aka Mahm) tried a few harnesses on me in the first 12 months with no success. Just before I turned 1 I got my Harness from Cat Harness Australia, in 5 minutes I was walking around the house, and the next day I was walking outside like an expert! I have a small harness. You wouldn't think so because I have so much floof I look bigger than I am.

Q: How long have you been an adventure cat?
A: I have always been an adventure cat at heart, though, it's really in the last 5 months that I've really become one. Even my vet agrees, I clearly love being an outdoor cat!

Q: Where are your favourite adventure locations?
A: We have a great big park across the road with bushes, long grass, all kinds of trees and places to explore. It's my favourite! I also enjoy going to work with Mahm.
escape proof cat harness
Q: What is your longest catventure?
A: My longest catventure would have been a beach trip, which was a bit scary, I felt a bit exposed on the sand and wanted to go hide in the bushes. Most days I get outside for an hour.

Q: What are your favourite treats when outdoors?
A: My favourite treats at INABA churu pops and Black Cats Liver slices, though I am usually too distracted to care for treats when I'm outside

Q: Any tips for future adventure cats?
A: For future adventure cats I'd say start small around home. You don't have to go on a big cat trip to enjoy the great outdoors when sometimes just walking the block gives you a plethora of sights and smells. Also, tell your human to take poop bags - pooing outside is the best!
Adventure cat harness
To follow @bruno_ragdoll_ on his adventures head to his instagram via this link.
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