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Should we be walking our cats? Well, that's only something YOU can answer, depending on what you feel is right for you and your cat. 

However, if you're playing with the idea of walking down the street, leash in hand and your cat at the other end... this is a helpful video in making that decision! Jackson Galaxy is here to put an end to the cat-fable that cats are "untrainable."


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In this incredible short video by Newsfare, you see the goat that overcame its obstacles in a major way! The owner of this goat, Lokesh Mishra of Begusarai, Bihar, told Newsflare, "We had given up on her, but she showed her resilience and started trying to balance herself on the hind legs. In a few days, she suddenly started running around on her hind legs only." When asked how the goat was born paralyzed, it was revealed that the mother goat may have been injured in the abdomen during her pregnancy. If this goat learning to walk on its hind legs doesn't inspire you -- we don't know what will!

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I Let My Dog Walk Me For A Day is a popular challenge but why isn't anyone walking their cat?  

The Mean Kitty decided to take on the challenge and let his cat walk him too. This was his cat's first time outside so he wasn't really surprised by what happened. 



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How to Walk Your Cat With A Leash And Live to Tell About It

Cats are much safer living indoors, but that doesn't mean they should never get to spend time outdoors. They can derive great enjoyment and mental stimulation from supervised trips outside. One way to broaden your kitty's horizons and enrich her comfortable, if under-stimulating indoor existence, is to train her to walk on a harness and leash. In fact, walking your cat can be an ideal way to allow her safe, controlled access to the great outdoors. Here's a helpful guide for walking your cat.
Via: Dr. Becker on Healthy Pets / Pet MD

Helpful guide for walking your cat
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Bruno is the legendary "town dog" of Longville, Minnesota. Despite having a home of his own, he takes daily trips into town to visit the locals.