Driving with a pitbull mix

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by Kala92, Jan 25, 2020.

  1. Kala92

    Kala92 Bobtail Member

    5
    2
    Jan 21, 2020
    0
    How do you handle having a litter box in the cab with a cat? I know regular cleaning is a must, but even the smell of the initial... deposit lol. How hard was that to deal with and whered you tuck the box???
     
  2. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

    32,808
    38,427
    Mar 5, 2016
    White County, Arkansas
    0
    Covered litter box. Charcoal filter up top. A box of more filters. You go through those more you clean the box with extra litter. It would ride in the far right corner under the bunk in it's special cubby in a 2001 century and later a 2000 model year T2000 KW. (Now there is a truck...)

    We stopped taking cats along after the last one we brought home. It failed to adapt to the peace and quiet and showed symptoms that were upsetting. It probably had too much of the USA to roam in. So we let the shelter deal with that one. We don't know it's fate with it being a normal kill shelter.

    The one thing that got me with it is it liked lap time at 70. ok not too bad on good roads but it's under the wheel on rough roads so on the floor or pax seat it goes. One day it discovered the big window down button. Oh boy! lean out at 70.

    ARGH.
     
    Kala92 Thanks this.
  3. HillbillyDeluxeTruck

    HillbillyDeluxeTruck Road Train Member

    3,409
    17,109
    Mar 3, 2013
    San Antone
    0
    She's a cutie.

    I didnt know Canadia was so uptight about dogs. Personally Id put her in the truck and not worry much about it. No one in the land of bald eagles seems to care about stuff like that outside of nosey busy bodies in neighborhoods and ghetto apts in sketchy areas.
     
    Kala92 Thanks this.
  4. Jenn72

    Jenn72 Light Load Member

    255
    528
    Jun 7, 2019
    0
    She could pass as a boxer/mix.
     
    LoSt_AgAiN Thanks this.
  5. Hazmat Cat

    Hazmat Cat Light Load Member

    214
    431
    Oct 18, 2019
    0
    I turned my back on a pug once and it bit the back of my ankle. Never trust a pug.
     
    LoSt_AgAiN Thanks this.
  6. Rubber duck kw

    Rubber duck kw Road Train Member

    3,869
    9,452
    Dec 9, 2017
    0
    Heelers will do that to you too, trying to herd you around.
     
  7. HillbillyDeluxeTruck

    HillbillyDeluxeTruck Road Train Member

    3,409
    17,109
    Mar 3, 2013
    San Antone
    0
    Like I said, some nosey pos neighbor being a bootlicker and calling animal control. Once they showed up, how did they even see the dog? Put the dog in a bedroom out of view. What dog? Nope you've got the wrong house. Infact no one even needed to answer the door when they knocked.
     
  • Draft saved Draft deleted