You are here: Home » Our Travel Tales » Europe » Northern Europe » Travel Often Means No Pets…

Travel Often Means No Pets…

by Andrea on April 16, 2012

614156 Travel Often Means No Pets... Travel Often Means No Pets...

John and I always talk about getting a couple of dogs and a cat someday, but our nomadic lifestyles have kept us pet-free for years.

Thank goodness our neighbours have them!

mr whiskers3 Travel Often Means No Pets...

We LOVE animals. And apparently the Norwegians do too – there is no dearth of dogs, cats and pet shops in Stavanger. But we mostly come in contact with the neighbourhood kitties, who all seem to live outdoors and have the fluffiest bodies we’ve ever seen.

Meet Mrs. Whiskers (or just ‘W’ as we’ve come to know her)

mr whiskers2 Travel Often Means No Pets...She lives right next door. We’ve sort of ‘adopted’ her since the Easter holidays when her family was out of town and she hung out in our yard for awhile. She’s very friendly for a cat and loves attention. Apparently the crawlspace under our deck is her hideout place when it rains or hails and she can’t get back to her own front porch.

mr whiskers1 Travel Often Means No Pets...

Do you have or want a pet? How have your travels affected this?

614156 Travel Often Means No Pets... Travel Often Means No Pets...

flattr this!

{ 45 comments… read them below or add one }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: