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Old 04-07-2014, 05:44 PM   #1
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Cat survives 60-mile journey atop trailer

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ROSEVILLE, Cailf. — A 12-foot trailer had been dropped off the Camping World in Roseville back on March 27. When workers went to do their routine maintenance, they were shocked with what they found on the roof: Max, the cat, according to CBS.

“Our sales manager was on the roof inspecting it and in the middle of inspecting it, this cat started hissing at him,” Andrew Weston said. CBS reports Weston, one of Camping World’s managers, helped rescue Max.

Max, curious by nature, belongs to the previous owners of the trailer, CBS reports. He snuck onto the top at their home in Plymouth and somehow held on during the 60 mile trek down the highway to Roseville.

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Hmmm. Probably not the first time a Camping World sales manager has been hissed at.
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Better to be "hissed at" than "hissed on"!!
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This probably was the picture taken by the service manager that he sent to the camper's PO to verify the cat's ownership... .


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More than likely Max slept through the trip.. Cats do that rather well.

My Kitties hide under the bed in this Class A when I'm in motion, The problem is when I park and extend the slides they get trapped there... So i cut them a portal they can crawl out from under when parked.
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More than likely Max slept through the trip.. Cats do that rather well.

My Kitties hide under the bed in this Class A when I'm in motion, The problem is when I park and extend the slides they get trapped there... So i cut them a portal they can crawl out from under when parked.
I'm pretty sure that since "Max" was on the roof, he didn't do much napping. He was likely hanging on for dear life.
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