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Meet Honey Bee, The Amazing Blind Cat and Hiking Companion

By November 12, 2014 No Comments

Honey Bee is an amazing blind cat that loves to go hiking with her humans! She was adopted from Animals Fiji, and she now lives in Seattle with her 2 humans and 4 other cats.

When her humans go hiking, they take her on their shoulders or with a leash. People say they love dogs because you can take them hiking, but Honey Bee loves hiking, too!

At the bottom, there’s a video of a hike they went on to Mason Lake, in the mountains outside of Seattle.

More info: Facebook | YouTube | animalsfiji.org

Pictures taken of Honey Bee and her humans:

People say they love dogs because you can take them hiking. Honey Bee loves hiking, too!

She loves to ride on shoulders and we would take her on long walks

Honey Bee likes listening to water sounds when we go on outdoor adventures

Her good sense of edges and drop-offs means that she can get close without falling in.

Hiking goes a bit slower with Honey Bee because there are so many smells and sounds everywhere

She has regular water and snack breaks, just like us

When you Bee-lieve in yourself, you can climb any mountain

At Barclay lake

Thoroughly examining the shore at Seward Park

Video from the hike:

Original Article from Bored Panda

Author Alissa Wild

Alissa is a wild woman introvert who loves wandering through the forest trails of her local woodlands seeking birdsong and keepsakes. She founded We Are Wildness in an effort to help people by inspiring them to get outside and reconnect with the wild world. She's a backyard naturalist, eco-feminist, and feels an ardent connection to those feathered, finned, and furred. She relishes regular time in solitude to nourish spirit and feels most at home in the rivers and forests of Coast Salish territories on Vancouver Island.

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