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Article posted: 9/15/2012 7:02 AM

For some owners, cat walks may not be a stretch

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Karen Nichols walks her cat Skeezix in Castro Valley, Calif. If you are going to walk your cat, you'll have to keep it on a tight leash. More than 6 feet is too dangerous for you and the cat, according to experts who warn the harness has to fit snugly too.

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In this Aug. 29, 2012 photo, Karen Nichols walks her cat Skeezix in Castro Valley, Calif. She started training Skeezix before he was a year old and it only took a couple of weeks to get him used to a leash and stroller, Nichols said.

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If you are going to walk your cat, you'll have to keep it on a tight leash. More than 6 feet is too dangerous for you and the cat, according to experts who warn the harness has to fit snugly too.
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    • Karen Nichols walks her cat Skeezix in Castro Valley, Calif. If you are going to walk your cat, you’ll have to keep it on a tight leash. More than 6 feet is too dangerous for you and the cat, according to experts who warn the harness has to fit snugly too.
    • In this Aug. 29, 2012 photo, Karen Nichols walks her cat Skeezix in Castro Valley, Calif. She started training Skeezix before he was a year old and it only took a couple of weeks to get him used to a leash and stroller, Nichols said.
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