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When Richard East from Tasmania quit his job and sold his house two years ago to travel all over Australia, he made sure to bring only the basic necessities – including, of course, his cat.
In 2014, East grew tired of corporate work after slaving away for ten years, so he resigned and started living in a campervan.
Since then, he and his feline travel buddy Willow have been to places like the Great Barrier Reef, the Big Banana, and the Whitsunday Islands.
According to East, he got Willow from his ex-girlfriend, who adopted the cat from the Hobart Cat Centre.
Nowadays, he and his beloved pet live the simple life on the road. Willow takes naps during long drives, and when they arrive at a new destination, they go on walks (with the kitty on a leash, of course). At times, they even meet other travelers and their cats!
“Every night there are hundreds of little cats tucked into bed in camper vans across Australia,” East toldBuzzFeed. “People are often surprised that a cat can be a travel companion but they are probably easier to travel with than dogs as they don’t require as much attention.”
1. I think it’s in your twenties when you finally realize that life is finite. As a kid life is just this thing that goes on forever. Consequences don’t matter as much because the future in unfathomably far away. It’s a good time for making bad decisions but as you progress through your twenties you start realizing that the future is coming up fast and how it looks actually does depend on what you do now.
You learn that relationships aren’t like in the movies, that they take work and thought and that everyone is flawed and damaged and that they’ll probably kick you in the gut at least a dozen or so times.
You learn that the friendships you took for granted as a kid actually fall away pretty quickly if you neglect them and that even if you don’t, time has a habit of changing people and your best friend from school is different since he got married or that guy you did a bunch of blow with at university never really got the hang of stopping that and isn’t as much fun anymore.
You learn that being healthy isn’t an autopilot thing anymore. That if you eat shitty food and sit on your couch too much, shit will start to hurt and you’ll feel more tired and grouchy. There’s a similar lesson with booze and drugs.
You’ll have known more people who are now dead, or hear of more deaths than you used to, even if they’re not someone you knew particularly well and, as you get to the end of your twenties you’ll realize that there’s a good possibility you’re a third of the way in and that’ll freak you out a bit but it’s a good thing.
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The canines at Carson Animal Shelter in Gardena, California have found comfort and companionship in 6-year-old Jacob Tumalan, who visits every Thursday after school to soothe the animals with his storytelling. Jacob, who has autism, sits on a mat before the cages and reads to the abandoned dogs, who grow calmer in his presence.
The weekly ritual began when Jacob’s aunt, an animal rescue worker, first brought him to visit the shelter six months ago and saw the special bond he formed with the four-legged, furry friends. Though his autism means he’s often uncomfortable around loud noises and hectic activity, he’s easily relaxed and focused while engaging with the pups, who also give him a sense of purpose.
Jacob explains, “If I read to the dogs they will come out of their cages and find homes…They have to find new homes because they are alone.” His volunteer work and gentle, generous presence help to socialize the dogs in preparation for eventual adoption by fur-ever families. Jacob, too, benefits from the project: he’s improving his language skills and now reads at a third-grade level. It’s a win-win for kid and canine, a reminder that both tales and tails can truly change lives.
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