They all loved their backpacks so they had no problem going in. Finny however the one that drools and throws up was going in the bag and riding in my lap. He still threw up, but was somewhat more calm.
This is Bentley trying out the extra large backpack that we got for Nicky, the 18 lb kitty. The large size was just a bit tight for him. This item is a backpack, a shoulder tote, a cart on wheels and can be strapped into the car seat as a boost seat. The best part is the kitties like it.
This is the kitty bag. Nicky is in it and Finny is watching. It's amazing how calming they are in the bag instead of a carrier and the vets love to see them come in in a bag. They just weigh and examine them right in it. There is a zipper that can be unzipped to get to the cat while they are still in the bag. Great invention.
Out drive and stop for the night was to Willis Creek Campground in Fort Payne, AL. It was only 70 miles, and all went well until we realized we had forgotten the kitties scratching post/pedestal for jumping into their bunk. So off we went to the pet store and of course Walmart for something else we forgot.
Nicky thinks we picked out just the right one for them.
They are all in their beds and ready to the night.
We turned on their birdie video, but Nicky only watched for a few minutes. He decided it was a "rerun" and lost interest
Before we went to bed I made a Caramel Banana Cream pie. It looks, good and sounded good, but I messed up the recipe and added too much cool whip, so it wasn't very banana-ie
The campground itself was fairly nice. Water, sewer, electric, but no WiFi or cable. It was just an overnight and no big deal.
This was our neighbor--interesting. A big yellow school bus with LOWE'S cardboard boxes for the window blinds. My guess is they were living there full time. They were quiet and we only saw the lady when she walked her big dog. It was just too cold for us to sit outside. Maybe tomorrow in Demopolis, AL