Cat hiking videos are the wholesome escape you need in your life

Cat hiking videos are the wholesome escape you need in your lifeThis post is part of Hard Refresh
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a soothing weekly column where we try to cleanse your brain of whatever terrible thing you just witnessed on Twitter. Things you can reasonably expect to see on a hike: trees; rocks; streams. Thing you might not expect to see on a hike: A cat on a leash walking with its owner.  Turns out that hiking cats are more common than you might think. These adventurous felines can be found on YouTube and Instagram, where they explore rough mountain terrain, rocky beaches, and green pastures.  SEE ALSO: What happens when an animal influencer dies? There’s something so delightful about watching these pets explore new terrain with such curiosity. While there are lots of videos of hiking cats online, I recommend you check out some of these seasoned feline hikers first. There’s Cezar, the traveling cat who’s been to France, El Salvador, and Malta. Then there’s Honey Bee, the blind cat who loves to spend time outdoors. And finally, there’s Paul the cat, whose high-altitude hiking videos will put your own hiking abilities to shame. While most cats are naturally pretty curious, not every cat is built to explore the outside world, according to the Adventure Cats blog. Felines that possess a playful demeanor and an interest in the outside world — and are willing to wear a harness — might make solid hikers. For cat owners intrigued by the idea of bringing their pets on long hikes (or even just outside for a quick walk,) Adventure Cats has a pretty comprehensive guide to getting your pet more comfortable with the great outdoors. But if you’re just looking for 15 minutes of nature footage and cute cats, watch a video or two and then daydream of one day climbing a mountain with Whiskers by your side. WATCH: This smart feeder will stop your pets from mooching off each other


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Cat hiking videos are the wholesome escape you need in your life

Cat hiking videos are the wholesome escape you need in your lifeThis post is part of Hard Refresh
,
a soothing weekly column where we try to cleanse your brain of whatever terrible thing you just witnessed on Twitter. Things you can reasonably expect to see on a hike: trees; rocks; streams. Thing you might not expect to see on a hike: A cat on a leash walking with its owner.  Turns out that hiking cats are more common than you might think. These adventurous felines can be found on YouTube and Instagram, where they explore rough mountain terrain, rocky beaches, and green pastures.  SEE ALSO: What happens when an animal influencer dies? There’s something so delightful about watching these pets explore new terrain with such curiosity. While there are lots of videos of hiking cats online, I recommend you check out some of these seasoned feline hikers first. There’s Cezar, the traveling cat who’s been to France, El Salvador, and Malta. Then there’s Honey Bee, the blind cat who loves to spend time outdoors. And finally, there’s Paul the cat, whose high-altitude hiking videos will put your own hiking abilities to shame. While most cats are naturally pretty curious, not every cat is built to explore the outside world, according to the Adventure Cats blog. Felines that possess a playful demeanor and an interest in the outside world — and are willing to wear a harness — might make solid hikers. For cat owners intrigued by the idea of bringing their pets on long hikes (or even just outside for a quick walk,) Adventure Cats has a pretty comprehensive guide to getting your pet more comfortable with the great outdoors. But if you’re just looking for 15 minutes of nature footage and cute cats, watch a video or two and then daydream of one day climbing a mountain with Whiskers by your side. WATCH: This smart feeder will stop your pets from mooching off each other


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'Canelo vs GGG 2' results: Live stream updates, highlights, fight videos

  1. ‘Canelo vs GGG 2’ results: Live stream updates, highlights, fight videos  MMAmania.com
  2. Canelo vs. GGG 2 results, highlights: Alvarez edges Golovkin, becomes new middleweight champion  CBSSports.com
  3. Canelo vs. GGG 2: Round by round results (9/15/18) | FIGHT RECAP | Who won? Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin  NJ.com
  4. Canelo Alvarez defeats Gennady Golovkin by majority decision: Round-by-round recap  USA TODAY
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Deadly, 40,000-foot fire tornado revealed in new videos

Deadly, 40,000-foot fire tornado revealed in new videosHarrowing new footage released by California’s firefighting agency Cal Fire reveals the massive fire tornado that led to the death of a firefighter on July 26. The fire tornado was part of the Carr Fire that’s engulfed 223,610 acres of land in Northern California so far. A report from Cal Fire breaks down the details surrounding the fiery phenomenon. SEE ALSO: A fire tornado hit California. Here’s how it happened. Per the report, the tornado “was a large rotating fire plume that was roughly 1,000 feet in diameter at its base” and managed to reach a height of 40,000 feet.  In late July, we covered news of a fire tornado in the area on the evening of July 26. It’s unclear whether the fire tornado in the report is the same as the one that garnered media attention at the time, according to Cal Fire.  “Observations from witnesses and other evidence suggest that either several fire tornados occurred at different locations and times, or one fire tornado formed and then periodically weakened and strengthened causing several separate damage areas,” the report says. Fire tornados can happen when extreme heat spins up from the ground. As Mashable’s Mark Kaufman explained at the time: Firefighters captured the disturbing video above from a helicopter, as well as footage taken from a fire engine, and from the Keswick Dam on the Sacramento River.  The Carr Fire continues to ravage parts of Shasta County and Trinity County. It is 77 percent contained, and other fires continue to rage in Northern California and other areas These fires are spurred on by extreme heat and dryness in the region. While human-caused climate change isn’t necessarily the direct cause of any single weather event, like these fires, it can make extreme weather more likely now and in the future. WATCH: Scientists made an awesome error that could save our planet from plastic hell


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