Camping is one of those things that’s personal enough that every person alive has a different reason for doing it. Some like to reconnect with nature, others enjoy the feeling of breathing uncontaminated air, and for others still, it’s a tradition they don’t want to give up just yet. Whatever the reason, it’s nice to be able to learn how to read a compass, build a fire or pitch a tent - you never know when society might collapse or after all, huh? When it’s all said and done, though, not all camping attempts go right. Here are some of the best ways they could possibly go wrong.
Pets are an integral part of the family and life just wouldn’t be the same without them. If you’re planning on leaving for an extended period of time, you’re advised against leaving them at home alone. In fact, bring them along with you if you can. The problem is, though, some animals are more attracted to the prospect of being outdoors than others. Just because your border collie loves the great outdoors doesn’t mean your cat will also have a good time. Evidently enough, this cat has had enough of whatever its humans are offering it, most of all, their company.