Our last house was a lot of fun. Unfortunately, Puck doesn’t go outside anymore because he is easily frightened. This area is not enclosed and I don’t want to lose him. I tried the harness but he freaked out before leaving the house.
Chris loves going outside and sometimes he is just downright annoying about asking to go out. The other day I gave in to his demands and let him out.
When I let him out, it is usually for just five or ten minutes while I stand there and watch him. Sometimes he runs out the door when I come home, despite my best efforts to contain him, and I just give him a few minutes before retrieve him.
When he goes outside he usually just eats grass for the first few minutes, unless a lizard crosses his path. I have heard that cats eat grass when they are not feeling good but Chris always wants to eat grass. I hope that doesn’t mean he always feels bad. He sure does not act like he’s sick.
Chris enjoying the great outdoors.
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We’re always on a leash when we go outside. It’s just too dangerous in our neighborhood, even if we behaved and stayed close. The coyotes are out even in daylight and they are pretty aggressive.
We have them too but they are rare around here. My mother-in-law takes care of strays about 10 miles north of us and she lost one of her strays to what she thinks was a coyote.