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Guy Spends 3 Years Traveling With Cat In a Camper

It’s mored than 3 years given that I left our home town of Hobart, Tasmania, to travel around Australia. Although I offered my house and all my stuff, there was something that I simply could not leave.

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My Cat Willow.

The remedy was easy. Road trip with my friend!

Since May 2015 we have actually traveled over 70,000 km, seen woodlands, coastlines, as well as deserts, and also even took a boat out to the Terrific Obstacle Coral reef with each other. Late last year we finally made it completely around and also even spent summertime back in our hometown.

Yet the adventure had not been suggested to end there– and also we have no purpose of quiting anytime soon. This year we spent 3 months going through the outskirts of the Simpson Desert prior to making our back to the gorgeous East Coast.

Some individuals are stunned to discover that I travel with my feline. When a backpacker at a camping site even said loudly “Excuse me, there is a feline attempting to enter into your van!”.

I understand.

Our house is our camper van, a tiny house on wheels. I built it myself with a bed, cabinets, a kitchen area, and a lot of areas for a little feline to hide! It might be tiny but the entire Australia is our backyard.

It’s constantly a pleasure enjoying Willow explore the areas we visit. She puts on a tracking collar to ensure that I constantly recognize where she is.

We upload our photos on Instagram and it’s so great to learn through people throughout the globe that they are following our adventure.

It had not been simple leaving my old task and also life behind but I understood I had to make some adjustments for my own well-being. It was a slow-moving procedure but now I am better.

I work a bit where I can, spend my financial savings, and it suffices to maintain us going.

If Willow has actually shown me anything, it’s that you don’t require a great deal to be pleased. A little food, shelter, and a lot of love. And that if she doesn’t obtain adequate pats each day you can assure that her needs will certainly be made at 3am!

We have actually made the 2019 schedule and we are using it to raise money for Electric motor Neurone Illness (ALS) research study. It’s readily available on our site. In 2015 we increased over $3000 AUD.

I’m fortunate. I get to see Australia via the eyes of a feline, which I will certainly prize for a life time.

We have been travelling for 3.5 years now but every day is special

This year we spent 3 months in the desert and I was so happy to make it back to the beach! I’m not sure what Willow thought

Our camper van is our home. A tiny house on wheels with a bed, cupboards, a kitchen, and even a TV!

Last summer we returned to our home state of Tasmania and visited all my favorite places

Willow even got to meet her cousins!

She loves to explore but she never strays to far. She wears a tracking collar to keep her safe

Out in the desert there are lots of abandoned places to camp. This place was actually an old movie set

Willow’s favorite place to sit is on the dashboard where she has a great view

The front bull bar is a great place to look out over the sun set

Willow loves to follow me around but she doesn’t like to go too far from our van

We might be all alone but we always have each other and the whole Australia to explore

Happiness is spending an afternoon with your cat

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