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Cannot even IMAGINE what my cats would do to me if I tried to put them in a PFD. Blood dripping everywhere, eyeballs hanging out of sockets...
Also what about claws vs inflatable PFD? I have refereed to Demon as "Blender-kitty" when she was really pissed off before.

Funny how the website has 50 pictures of happy dogs wearing the vests and one picture of a cat, who doesn't look really happy....

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Also what about claws vs inflatable PFD? I have refereed to Demon as "Blender-kitty" when she was really pissed off before.

Funny how the website has 50 pictures of happy dogs wearing the vests and one picture of a cat, who doesn't look really happy....

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Fatty wasn't happy, she was asleep! And you tihnk you have problems, try fitting a life vest to a English Bulldog! They are as wide around as a lab but no longer than a schnauzer!

Great thread by the way!!

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My brother had bulldogs...during the worst of our Texas summers they stayed inside unless going out to do their business. I'm considering a bulldog myself, but the heat is a concern.
Yup.... the poor noseless or Pug Nosed dogs suffer even up here. Abby was over-heated even outside in a light breeze. A/C Required -



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Here's Harley. My faithful firstmate & bestfriend.
When I'm back in Vancouver, she goes everywhere I go.

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Uh oh..no photo...trying again...

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We have not had any dunking incidents but we do strap Patrick into his self inflating vest when we're at sea. Critter's Inflatable® - Index
Now that is cool - comes with a tube for inflating by the mouth. But, how the heck do you teach your cat to blow into it to inflate that thing?

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Dare I do this?

Boat's name is Two Can. Mascot's name is "Two Bird".

Title of picture is 'Two Bird With One Stone'.



I mean, seriously?

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