Millie the climbing cat and her tabby pal Kenneth recently embarked on an unforgettable adventure deep in the Utah wilderness.
The two fearless felines traveled with their humans, Craig Armstrong and Zac Robinson, to Buck Canyon in the remote Robbers’ Roost area — a region notorious as an outlaw hideout in the Old West.
During their desert journey, Armstrong, Robinson and their kitty companions hiked, explored and even did a little rappelling. And, of course, they engaged in quite a lot of catting.
Armstrong told Adventure Cats that catting is “putting your human agenda away, having no expectations or destination. Your job is to follow, protect, keep safe.”
“Your reward is experiencing nature at a slower pace, from a different perspective, in a new light,” he said. “Observe, protect, enjoy, and be led to new discoveries you likely would have missed otherwise.”
Or, as the video itself says, “Cats don’t rush, so don’t rush cats. Take it slow.”