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Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Caguama queen at Homero's in the Potrero
Rock Climbing Photo: Big Jackson
Big Jackson


I'll let you fill in the caption on this one - but remember, I have a dirty mind....
Stefanie Van Wychen
From Denver, CO
Joined Mar 21, 2005
95 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: self portrait
I think the Tom Hanson cat photo needs to make an appearance. Tom R
From Denver, CO
Joined Sep 14, 2008
157 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: gilman
Nothing quite like throwing an old friend under the bus....
Rock Climbing Photo: TH
TH
Mike Lane
From Centennial, CO
Joined Jan 21, 2006
1,015 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Avi
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Luke W.
From Prescott
Joined Jan 17, 2009
272 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Bugaboos, 1978 Photo by Ken Trout
Woodchuck ATC wrote:
Cute but stubborn, independent, and annoying. There is no such thing as a 'climbing cat' as far as heading out to the cliffs with your cat. The dog post will have waaay cooler outdoor action photos I'm sure.

As I recall Lee Marsh had a cat that was known for doing laps on the classic dihedral on the bucksnort slabs... the cat would climb onto the back of hapless climbers on the route for a convenient ride, or so the story goes...
Kirk Miller
From Golden, CO
Joined May 13, 2003
1,617 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Me at the summit of Inner Course (5.4) in the Outl...
Shelby checks out my new camera:
Rock Climbing Photo: Shelby checks out my new digital camera
Shelby checks out my new digital camera


Jezabel asks for a tummy rub:
Rock Climbing Photo: Jezabel asks for a tummy rub.
Jezabel asks for a tummy rub.


Kathy
KathyS
From Poughkeepsie, NY
Joined Nov 16, 2007
137 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: .
Rock Climbing Photo: Tiger the old
Tiger the old
Dan.Heacock
From Tucson, AZ
Joined Sep 12, 2008
98 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Rrrrr
Luke Wakefield wrote:
Nf3


wouldn't that be Pf6, or an attempt at two-paw 0-0! ??
Buff Johnson
Joined Dec 19, 2005
1,506 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: self portrait
Mike Lane wrote:
Nothing quite like throwing an old friend under the bus....

Thanks, Mike. It needed to be done.
Tom, sorry for encouraging this. But, again, it needed to be done.
Tom R
From Denver, CO
Joined Sep 14, 2008
157 points
Dec 1, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: My l'il darlin' Lily. . .
My l'il darlin' Lily. . .


One doesn't have to be a wuss to love cats. . .
Steve Williams
From Denver, CO
Joined Jul 15, 2005
201 points
Dec 1, 2009
Our older kitty has her own blog, though she's been slacking on posting.

adventuresoftasha.blogspot.com...

Rock Climbing Photo: Tasha
Tasha


Alas her elder boyfriend passed away a few days ago :-(

Rock Climbing Photo: Fritz
Fritz
Clyde
Joined Jul 15, 2008
11 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: In Lofoten, Norway
This is not a video of my cat, but I think it has it's place in this thread.

vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fus...
Michael Collins
From Sweden
Joined Mar 14, 2008
29 points
Dec 2, 2009
Woodchuck ATC wrote:
Cute but stubborn, independent, and annoying. There is no such thing as a 'climbing cat' as far as heading out to the cliffs with your cat. The dog post will have waaay cooler outdoor action photos I'm sure.


I have a "climbing cat". He follows us anywhere we go. Camping, hiking, climbing, he'll even get in a canoe. When he was a kitten, we took him everywhere with us, and now it's just natural to him. When he was 4 weeks, I threw him in my pack to rap down a cliff, and expected him to freak out (it was the only way down). When I got to the bottom, I opened the pack and he was sleeping.

When he comes to the crag with us, sometimes he'll see us climbing something and scramble up some 4th class stuff to meet us on top (he usually BEATS us!). He still doesn't understand why we always take the hard way up though. When he sees/hears us packing up, he comes back and follows us out. The most he's hiked so far is 4 miles on an overnight backpacking trip. I like the fact that if he gets hurt or even just tired, he's small enough to carry.

Oh and he loves the snow!

I'll try to get some pics up if I can

Best thing about him: He doesn't bark


Rock Climbing Photo: Nettik enjoying the view
Nettik enjoying the view


Rock Climbing Photo: Nettik downclimbing a tree in the snow
Nettik downclimbing a tree in the snow


Rock Climbing Photo: Nettik shaking out on a ledge
Nettik shaking out on a ledge
joeforte
From palmerton, pa
Joined Aug 9, 2009
395 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Avi
Buff Johnson wrote:
wouldn't that be Pf6, or an attempt at two-paw 0-0! ??


good point, i believe Tito actually did play 0-0 here. f6 is probably no good.
Luke W.
From Prescott
Joined Jan 17, 2009
272 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: me bouldering in MT
joeforte wrote:
I have a "climbing cat". He follows us anywhere we go. Camping, hiking, climbing, he'll even get in a canoe. When he was a kitten, we took him everywhere with us, and now it's just natural to him. When he was 4 weeks, I threw him in my pack to rap down a cliff, and expected him to freak out (it was the only way down). When I got to the bottom, I opened the pack and he was sleeping. When he comes to the crag with us, sometimes he'll see us climbing something and scramble up some 4th class stuff to meet us on top (he usually BEATS us!). He still doesn't understand why we always take the hard way up though. When he sees/hears us packing up, he comes back and follows us out. The most he's hiked so far is 4 miles on an overnight backpacking trip. I like the fact that if he gets hurt or even just tired, he's small enough to carry. Oh and he loves the snow! I'll try to get some pics up if I can Best thing about him: He doesn't bark


nice. You've got one cool cat...
EMT
Joined Jan 13, 2008
276 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: At the anchors.
Michael Collins wrote:
This is not a video of my cat, but I think it has it's place in this thread. vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fus...




Not a bad workout idea...
Brigette
From Duvall, WA
Joined Sep 22, 2008
391 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Summit of Chasm View
Stefanie Van Wychen wrote:
I'll let you fill in the caption on this one - but remember, I have a dirty mind....

Everytime I see that picture it cracks me up. Jackson probably has a dirty mouth after where has has been licking himself...
Kat A
From Bart and Lisa Ville, CO
Joined Jun 23, 2006
599 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Growing a winter coat in Red Rock Canyon- December...
And the scary thing is... Big Jackson is soft. Dirty Gri Gri, or is it GiGi?
From Vegas
Joined May 25, 2005
4,468 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Rrrrr
I love it when you ladies talk dirty-kitty


Joeforte's cat, Nettik, is the shizzle
Buff Johnson
Joined Dec 19, 2005
1,506 points
Dec 2, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Me at the summit of Inner Course (5.4) in the Outl...
joeforte wrote:
I have a "climbing cat". Best thing about him: He doesn't bark.


And I'll bet you never have mice chewing holes in your pack. Way cool kitty!

Kathy
KathyS
From Poughkeepsie, NY
Joined Nov 16, 2007
137 points
Dec 3, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: gg
The Larry wrote:
Attack!


Rock Climbing Photo: Attack!
Attack!
Gregger Man
Joined Aug 15, 2004
1,198 points
Dec 3, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: “Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and t...
'Lily of the Valley' -- i.e. Lily the cat camp resting on her RV perch in Yosemite Valley this summer. (btw, not my cat)





(Not sure if those images will load...will try to fix it later if they don't)



joeforte wrote:
I have a "climbing cat". He follows us anywhere we go. Camping, hiking, climbing, he'll even get in a canoe. When he was a kitten, we took him everywhere with us, and now it's just natural to him.

A climbing partner told me about a guy who backpacked back East with his cat. His cat would ride on his pack during the day and take care of the mice all night in the huts, so other backpackers loved to see this guy on the trail.
Aerili
From Los Alamos, NM
Joined Mar 5, 2007
2,394 points
Dec 3, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: Old Belay Slave
For you, I will...
Rock Climbing Photo: Fatty
Fatty
John Gunnels
From Gillette, WY
Joined Aug 6, 2004
1,257 points
Dec 3, 2009
Rock Climbing Photo: My kinda simian
People say a lot of negative things about Fluffy; saying that he's ugly, saying that he's scary, saying he's not a cat. But we love him all the same.

Rock Climbing Photo: A face only a mother could love
A face only a mother could love
Ryan Kelly
From work.
Joined Oct 10, 2006
3,262 points
Dec 3, 2009
I've always been kinda fond of this one personally.



Disclaimer, I do like cats.
Adam Block
From Tucson, AZ
Joined Jul 5, 2008
1,350 points


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