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THE ADVENTURES OF GANDALF THE TRAVELING CAT

Meet Gandalf the traveling cat who adores to travel.

Gandalf the traveling cat loves to travel with his human friends.

You will be surprised to see how much this two-year-old Siberian cat enjoys traveling.

Gandalf is a rescue cat, and was originally adopted by his owners when they were living in Korea. Despite his respiratory infection, his human friends nursed him back to health.

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This is Gandalf when he was just few weeks old.

This is Gandalf the traveling cat when he was just few weeks old.

“He is bigger and fluffier now but still has the kitten playful personality,” his owners said.

Gandalf the traveling cat is two years old now, but still has a playful personality.

“He loves his leash! As soon as we pick it up he runs to the door and sits down for us to put it on. He is a travel bug.”

Gandalf the traveling cat loves his leash.

“We started taking him out with us since he was just a few weeks. He loves it!”

Meet Gandalf the traveling cat who enjoys traveling so much.

Gandalf the traveling cat loves to travel with his human friends.

Gandalf the traveling cat loves the outdoors, loves posing and breathing fresh air. But he is not a fan of the rain, so he has his own rain jacket.

Gandalf the traveling cat even has his own rain coat.

“We recently took our kitty Gandalf on our road trip. He really enjoyed seeing all the new places and making friends with the fellow campers.”

Gandalf the traveling cat enjoys traveling more than you would expect.

Gandalf the traveling cat enjoys traveling more than you would expect.

For more photos follow Gandalf on Instagram

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