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Old 10-16-2019, 05:15 AM
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Today I didn't take the stroller on the walk and had to carry my elderly dog for a bit. It made me think of an emergency situation where one had a healthy dog and got a cut paw, sick etc., and needed to be carried.



I found this video for a Pack a Paw which looked good






I've also got a moby type wrap for the exact use









A sling out of a shirt





Some American underground networks don't allow the dog on the floor so people have used bags
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A larger dog pet carry

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Why you gotta hate on the cats?
2 PART answer...

1- Because I can

2- Why not?

Seriously though, if someone wants to keep a cat inside and NEVER let it out, fine
but
once they are outside they are killing machines and will kill for sport every tweety bird and chipmunk and anything else they can sink their claws into.

They do not belong in nature and upset the balance. Don't believe it, see the extinct critter list in the South Pacific islands where cats got loose.

Cats, another white meat... a a delicacy in Korea.
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once they are outside they are killing machines and will kill for sport every tweety bird and chipmunk and anything else they can sink their claws into.
So?

Thats kind of the point. They are a human accessory species. Thats part of how we have dominated the planet. We carry our environment with us and part of that is brining a host of species with us wherever we go to change the world around us to be more suitable for ourselves. We are death incarnate, and cats are just part of that. Don't like it, cats aren't the problem, humans are (if you think species competition is a problem) ,join the Human Extinction Movement if you like. Be the change.

Do not belong in Nature? what world are you from? California?. There is no such thing as 'Nature'....or rather....its ALL nature and nature doesn't give two ****s about who lives and who dies. It only cares about the strong and the weak. Cats, like dogs, horses, etc, have pulled off an amazing trick of evolution....they convinced the most powerful invasive species in the world to take them under its wing and spread them far and wide, protect, feed and care for them in a way that nobody will every do for the white tailed bum bum bird of south loplop land or whatever extinct species that couldn't manage the changing world

I prefer old fashioned Darwinism. (Not that it matters what I prefer) Any species that cats wipe out deserves what it gets for being too weak and ill evolved to survive. That goes for humans and it goes for whatever useless inbred south pacific bird that can't figure out how to survive cats. Plenty of other birds, mice, rats, etc have figured it out. THAT is nature. There is no balance, just a warzone, with the winners being the ones who can maintain a stalemate.
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I keep my cats inside. They have a cage mounted on the house.

Actually, a lizard cost me over $200, gave my cat salmonella most likely, he is pretty uncomfortable, emergency trip to the vet this morning. So the lizard got his revenge.

I would need a shopping cart for my cat carriers. I suck as a caregiver because I have half the carriers I need for my cats. And my husband is in a wheelchair. I'm not going anywhere without a lot of help.
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I've been here for a long time and have seen lots of rough-and-tough jokes. I get it.

It's hilarious and novel at the same time.
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I'd pay money to see someone put my dog in a pack and try carrying her even a few feet!
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So?

Thats kind of the point. They are a human accessory species. Thats part of how we have dominated the planet. We carry our environment with us and part of that is brining a host of species with us wherever we go to change the world around us to be more suitable for ourselves. We are death incarnate, and cats are just part of that. Don't like it, cats aren't the problem, humans are (if you think species competition is a problem) ,join the Human Extinction Movement if you like. Be the change.

Do not belong in Nature? what world are you from? California?. There is no such thing as 'Nature'....or rather....its ALL nature and nature doesn't give two ****s about who lives and who dies. It only cares about the strong and the weak. Cats, like dogs, horses, etc, have pulled off an amazing trick of evolution....they convinced the most powerful invasive species in the world to take them under its wing and spread them far and wide, protect, feed and care for them in a way that nobody will every do for the white tailed bum bum bird of south loplop land or whatever extinct species that couldn't manage the changing world

I prefer old fashioned Darwinism. (Not that it matters what I prefer) Any species that cats wipe out deserves what it gets for being too weak and ill evolved to survive. That goes for humans and it goes for whatever useless inbred south pacific bird that can't figure out how to survive cats. Plenty of other birds, mice, rats, etc have figured it out. THAT is nature. There is no balance, just a warzone, with the winners being the ones who can maintain a stalemate.
BE EXTREMELY careful what you wish for.....
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I thought you were supposed to biuld a fire and cook the dog
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The best carriers - are those, that you can do in home environment. DIY things I trust.
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No wishing involved. Just observation.
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I keep my cats inside. (no you don't) They have a cage mounted on the house.

Actually, a lizard cost me over $200, gave my cat salmonella most likely, he is pretty uncomfortable, emergency trip to the vet this morning. So the lizard got his revenge.

I would need a shopping cart for my cat carriers. I suck as a caregiver because I have half the carriers I need for my cats. And my husband is in a wheelchair. I'm not going anywhere without a lot of help.
Disagree with why you suck as an animal caregiver. If you had 25 carriers you would still suck as an animal 'caregiver' and your neighbors would still hate you.
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Old 10-18-2019, 03:02 AM
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It is something I have thought of in a BOB for future pets. I'd love to have loads of cats and dogs, but if I'm on my own without a car, then it has to be restricted to what I can carry, so one or two at the most.

I do have a stroller for my current dog (his elderly), so I'd use that if walking any distance. It wouldn't be great for cats as it has some holes I would have to patch first - a design flaw.

I do intend to lead train any cat I get.

This thread was more for a sudden vet trip, or in a situation where a stroller wouldn't work.
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It is something I have thought of in a BOB for future pets. I'd love to have loads of cats and dogs, but if I'm on my own without a car, then it has to be restricted to what I can carry, so one or two at the most.
That's how we approach it as well. There is room for one cat, and two dogs. We had many more years ago but realized in the event of a hurricane, we'd have too many critters to safely bring along.

I have been a disaster center volunteer in the past, and the rule for our centers was that cats and dogs must have a container or cage. They were welcome in these special pet-friendly centers but only with proper containment AND to be current on their shots. That's an easy one to miss --- the shots and the accompanying paperwork. A good idea was to keep a copy of it attached to the crate.

That said, I've seen lots of disasters in recent years where dogs and cats were either loose or on a leash. In the end, people are kind to our furry friends. Most are.

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I don’t think that, for some reason, I will have to carry my dog on me - he runs faster than me. But even if it will be necessary, he will fit in any medium-sized backpack like Hazard4 Patrol.
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We have a few neighbors here that although they say the cats are not theirs they always leave the garage door open about 3 inches with food and water in there. Sometimes they’ll **** in my flower bed and scratch the bark on my trees. For some reason they disappear after a while, not sure how or why. Go figure...
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So in an emergency you will carry your dog but then what about your pack with supplies?





The cat thing was pretty funny. My brother's cat tried to kill my other brother when he visited him. Brother was sleeping on couch (apparently where the cat usually did) and woke up because he was literally being suffocated by the 15ish pound NYC house cat that had sat on his face.

Cat found out that with enough thrust it could fly.
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Keep your pets at home and outside where they belong.

Unless you are blind and need a seeing eye dog you do not need a dog in a public place.

If you are insecure then get a security blanket not a pet.
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