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3 Adventure Cats Who Are Living 9 Lives to The Fullest

They surf, they trek, they sail, they climb...they do it all. Meet some of the most adventures cats in the world. By Adventure Cats

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  • Winter, Spring, summer or fall – Jasper, the adventure cat does it all

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    Bright-eyed and full of energy, Jasper the adventure cat was made for the Idaho wilderness. No matter the season, this cat loves to get out and about with his owners. His owner, Gadrie Edmunds, tells about their "ameowzing" cat and his journeys into the great outdoors: "We live in Hailey, Idaho, which is just 10 miles south of Sun Valley Ski Resort. This area offers a ton of outdoor recreation opportunities — we're year-round runners, and we also enjoy Nordic skiing, a little bit of mountain biking, hiking, camping and fly fishing as the seasons permit.


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  • 1 Veterinarian, 1 Cat, Countless Adventures

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    Veterinarian Dr. Kenneth Lambrecht — aka Dr. Ken — runs West Towne Veterinary Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin, and when he's not tending to the local critters, Dr. Ken can often be found adventuring with his cat Little Bug. In fact, Dr. Ken and Bug's adventures over the last six years have taken them on a variety of excursions around the world. Together they have gone on a variety of outdoor escapades, including stand-up paddle-boarding, sailing, beachcombing, tree climbing, hiking, canoeing, skiing and rock-climbing.


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  • Photographer Explorers Rural France with cats

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    Teresa Kaufman is an American photographer living in Chamonix Mont Blanc, France, who has spent the last several decades exploring the French countryside with her cats. Kaufman's journey began in the 1970s with her two Siamese cats, Gino and Gato, who helped her master the art of capturing what photographer Henri Cartier Bresson calls the "decisive moment." While Gino and Gato were the driving force behind her occupation as a photographer, Kaufman only began documenting outdoor walks with her feline friends in the 1990s. By that time, Gino and Gato had passed away, and Kaufman was living life with two new cats — a Siamese named Jimmy and an Abyssinian named N'Arthur. These two breeds have a notorious reputation for being alpha cats, which made relations between Jimmy and N'Arthur difficult at first. It wasn't until Kaufman began taking them on outdoor walks that they managed to find a groove.


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