Molli loves going on adventures in the nature and explore the big world.

She also loves to chase after bugs outside and sniff all around.

Inside the house, he favourite thing to do is playing with a toy mouse. She also loves, the Catit senses circuit track -  it's a fun game.

She also likes to play fetch with my bobbles.

What kind of adventures does Molli go on?

All kinds of adventures like, walks in the woods/parks, hikes, bike rides and exploring the yard.

Tell us about your most memorable adventure

It would be out first trip to nearby national park.

There was cat friendly, narrow path and it was safe to explore the park.

It was a nice adventure for small kitty.

Why did you decide to train Molli? 

Molli is highly active cat and full of energy.

Only staying in the house is not enough for a curious cat. Going on outdoors makes Molli happy and calm.

We love the outdoors and with my cat it's more fun!

How did you train Molli? 

When Molli was only 12 weeks old, we started harness training and going outside for walks in the yard.

Molli loved it, she learned at once to walk leash outside.

So the catexplorer life began...

What has been the most rewarding part of having a catexplorer?

Seeing my cat so happy and curious to see the world.

Also being able to go hiking together and exploring nature with our best friend.

What has been the hardest?

Most time-consuming was to train Molli to sit in the cat backpack.

At first it was bit scary, but being patient and slowly training her worked. Molli has now learned to sit in cat backpack.

In hindsight, what would you do differently?

Nothing. We think that Molli trains us more than we train she in the adventures.

What advice would you give other humans training their catexplorers?

Be patient and start slow the training. Learn to listen the cat.

Is there another Catexplorer that inspires you?

@dalitheadventurecat @henrythecoloradodog @o.g.adventurecat

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