About This Course
Scrolling through Instagram you might see cats up mountains, cats on kayaks, and cats perched on their owner’s shoulders as they hike down a trail. These are adventure cats. And almost any cat has the potential to become one. But how do you train your cat to walk on a leash? Can cats really travel by plane? And don’t cats hate water? Well, Kona the adventure cat and her owners, Kurtis and Chelsey, answer all these questions and more—taking you on a journey to build up the skills needed to get your kitty outdoors and traveling. We’ll show you how to train your cat with basic commands, leashes, harnesses, and backpacks. We’ll progressively take you from your first steps outdoors to the logistics of hiking trails, camping, hotel stays, and airplane travel. Plus, you’ll learn the benefits of taking your cat outdoors, how to assess your cat’s personality, and how to stay safe, so that by the end of this course your feline friend will be your favorite travel buddy.
What you will learn
Basic commands that you can teach your cat
How to clicker train your cat to be comfortable with a leash and harness
Best types of cat gear for outdoor explorations
How to assess your cat’s personality
The logistics of car and airplane travel
Advice on how to share outdoor adventures with your cat (such as camping, hiking, and hotel stays)
How to keep your cat safe
The benefits for your kitty in becoming an adventure cat
by Kurtis and Chelsey
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Kurtis and Chelsey are a married couple from Southern Alberta who love finding adventure in everything they do, be it close to home or on the other side of the world. They document their adventures with vlogs and cinematic travel films, and they share tips and information to help you get the most out of your travels. About a year and a half ago, Kurtis and Chelsey brought their Bengal cat, Kona, into their lives—but didn't want to stop traveling. So they spent Kona’s first full year researching, training, and practicing with her to become an adventure cat. Kona now goes on hikes, canoe rides, road trips, and even on planes—and they want to teach you how to do the same.