Chuck was born feral and homeless, but lucky for him, this belly boy, this rascal cat was rescued and now travels the world with me and my husband. Yeah, he’s snarky and he’s mostly on the lookout for good food and beautiful girls, but we love him all the same.
Join us as we tell our tales . . .Chuck partying in Italy. . . Chuck in Kenya with a giraffe named Daisy. . . Chuck in China, desperate to meet a Panda Bear.
You may wonder how we can travel around the world with a once feral cat in tow.
Not an easy task.
First, we have to deflate the poor kid of all air, stuff him in my carry-on bag, remember to bring my portable pump, and when we arrive, we pump him back up. Ouch. But he’s used to it by now and given the choice to either stay home in his comfy cat bed or get deflated, he pulls out his passport, ready to travel, every time.
Chuck and his sister Ella are two lucky cats. They were born feral, homeless, but were rescued by an organization called HART and given temporary shelter at a privately owned cat shelter in New Jersey calledTabby’s Place.
Tabby’s Place provides shelter to 100 cats on a daily basis.
Now Chuck gets to travel the world with me . . .sure, he’s a rascal, but I wouldn’t