Hi we travel with 2 cats and 2 dogs. We have their scratching post from the house, their litter box (by shower), toys and their beds.
They travel pretty good but tend to hide under the couch if someone comes by. Cisco will come lay on the dash on the passenger side for awhile and Ali the other cat will curl on on the bed.
They do like to look out the windows sometimes when travelling but not always.
They love to sit in the window at new places and see out.
MAKE SURE they have collars with id on and micro chip is even better.
YOU MUST CAT PROOF LITTLE SPOTS - by slides etc to make sure they arenèt hiding in their when you put your slides out. Mine hide behind the couch which is great as I can watch them and hubby can put the slide out.
Crating works well if they donèt mind the crates -- but cats are like us and need to be able to stretch.
Bear in mind they are marvelous escape artists and will dash outside if given the chance. Ours are harness trained plus we have an outdoor cat run for when we are set up.
Will look forward to the pictures of divider but fear you may find it more nuisance than help.
We have a 2014 bounder and it came with a motorized black vinyl front shade that really creates an oven for our poor animals on a hot day. The screens on the side windows aren't bad but would really like to do the curtains you see in so many Class A's. Only problem is there isn't anyone in our park with these and we aren't sure how the curtains are hung? Are they on an ibeam? What kind of brackets?
Thanks for any help.
We always use a pen if we are staying more than a day in a Cg and haven't had an issue. We have two small dogs and they know that the pen is the spot to "go" which makes it easy for us to clean up. It keeps our dogs safe from other dogs that snap a leash and attack them. It allows them the freedom to wander within the pen while we sit in our chairs and relax. We also enclose our steps so our two cats can come in and out of the RV. The cats are leash trained but neither is fond of strangers so I prefer to have the leash on them and the door open so they can scoot inside when they need to. The pen stops them from going underneath the rv and slipping away after a squirrel.
Personally I feel that someone who goes to the trouble of penning their dogs are very responsible and they are ensureing that their dogs leashes don't scrape up the ground or local flora and fauna. Much easier to ensure all is scooped because its in one spot and it allows the zoo to stay with the family.
Any CG that says no to a pen we do follow their rules but we try to avoid those cgs.