I tour the country with performing rescued house cats. Amazing acro cats
www.circuscats.com. It's a 45 ft provost bus RV conversion that I live with the cats in, while we tour The country promoting rescue and the benefits of clicker training cats. The cats have one third of the bus to themselves in a decked out cattery.
I usually travel with two or three other humans that help me with my show
I can usually fix things with duct tape and zippy ties. And I can train your pets to do basic tricks with clicker training
Yes I have many cats
They have the back third of my tour bus
We travel all over the country and are not that picky about where we park. Would be great to find someplace other than Walmart parking lots
We have a 45 foot 2003 prevost with one slide out. Purple and Covered with pictures of our famous cats. We also have a tagalong car with a fiberglass cat on top that is also decorated with cat images A 50 amp is ideal but 30 may work also depending on the temperature
Thanks so much for your hospitality!!! A very comfortable stay!! Lovely surroundings.... we even took a walk down the street.
We never had the pleasure of meeting Samantha as she was on vacation, but Bobby was a gracious host, in her place.
The spot was comfortable, even sharing space (and electric) with the Acrobus (their big Prevost, that the cats travel to shows in)!!!
We extended our stay until Sunday and then moved further north to be closer to friends.
Will look forward to visiting again so that we can meet Samantha and show her our cat’s few tricks!!!
Theresa & Laurie
We ended up staying with Samantha for 5 days while we did some house keeping on our rv and road. Beautiful, level spot with electric. Quiet and secluded. Samantha was super hospitable and we were able to enjoy dinner with her and meet her talented and loving kitties and assistant Debbie on our last night. Close to seminole and griffin but still with a country feel.
The host was away traveling but allowed us to come and stay. Her housemate was great and very nice, pointing out places to explore and see in the area. We have a 42ft fifth wheel and it was a bit tough to back out of the spot but we made it. We probably should have backed in when we got there. We highly recommend this spot if you're in the area! It's probably a spot best suited for class A/C or smaller trailers.