Cruising Has Literally Gone to the Dogs (and Cats) ! Would You Rent a Pup-Panion?

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Chihuahua eating food from plate on dinner table. (©iStock.com/GlobalP)
(©iStock.com/GlobalP)

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Why do cats always get their way? – They are very purr-suasive

Have you ever wished you didn’t have to leave your furry friend behind when you were getting ready to go on a cruise adventure? What about enjoying a lovely dinner cruise on the tall ship, The Royal Albatross with Fido sitting right across from you at the table? Then maybe this cruise line is for you! You might want to hurry to get yours booked as their sailing schedule through the end of the year shows several of their pet-friendly cruises already sold out!

Cat Sitting At Dinner TableCat Sitting At Dinner Table (©iStock.com/calypte)
(©iStock.com/calypte)

What do you call a pile of kittens? – A Meow-ntain

No, really, the next time you’re in Singapore you can book a cruise and bring along your cherished fur-baby for a one of a kind dinner cruise. You actually don’t even need to bring your own pooch as they even have a “Canine Companions” page on their site where you can “swipe-right” through potential “dates” to book your pawfect companion. The ticket prices vary from $150 for a breakfast buffet cruise to $225 per adult plus either $30 or $60 per dog depending on the size of the dog for a sunset dinner cruise along Singapore’s beautiful coastlines! They also have specialty event packages ranging from $375-$750 for 2 adults and 1 dog.

Golden retriever eating at the table (©iStock.com/chendongshan)
(©iStock.com/chendongshan)

What do cats like to eat for breakfast? – Mice Krispies

As much as I did hate leaving my pets to travel in the past, this just doesn’t sound like a great idea to me and is almost creepy in fact! Putting a cat in a harness on a leash and then in a carrier on a ship to enjoy beautiful sea views? None of my cats ever thought water was their friend not to mention the nightmare of traveling with them on a jet with me as well as vaccination requirements! The idea of having them sitting at a table with me for a meal is also ridiculous considering the many times I scolded them for being on the kitchen counters or dining room table!

So what do you think (and not about my silly cat jokes) is this a brilliant marketing idea or kinda nuts? – René

 

 

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