By hold your horses pony boy - 18/04/2014 18:24 - United States
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Well, I wouldn't have expected it. I've had dogs sit next to me and look worried, one that used to just go sleep on the back floor, my parents' dog is amused and entertained. One cat used to hide on the floor boards, the other one would come to me for reassurance and watch it, but that's all. The old cat would briefly acknowledge it, then resume whatever she'd been doing, such as napping. I've never had one even BEGIN to freak out, not with me there. If they'd never been in one and gone through it alone, yeah, probably panic for a few of them. But a pissing panic with the owner right there? Not common at all and sure not what I'd expect, ever.
This cat? Yep. I can also vacuum her fur when she's shedding badly, give her a bath, clip her nails w/out holding her, etc. She's scared of very little. The other one gets nervous, but with the big cat and myself there? She forgets what startled her in about two seconds. The old cat was unshakeable. NOTHING phased her!
Yeah, The hubby and I used to take our cat everywhere in the beginning, even on camping trips. We took him through the carwash with us on one specific trip home to get the mud off the car. He freaked out and tried to hide under the seats. It was really hard getting him out of the car. Can't take him camping anymore. He hates the car now and he shits himself when we try and drive anywhere. Should've seen that one coming. It was a dumb move on our part. Lesson learned.
Go through again with the windows down, that should solve the pissing problem.
Sounds like a tame version of Saw