From the pages of I RVing: Spring 2022

Think You Got a Doctorate in Doolittle?


Vet your ability to read the body language of your furry passengers.

If your dog is repeatedly licking its lips, it could mean …

A. It’s time to fire up your Traeger grill!
B. A snack is stuck in their whiskers.
C. They’re experiencing physical stress.
D. You’re out of milk bones

What causes cats to get the “zoomies” in the a.m. hours?

A. Shared genetics with nocturnal felids, like leopards.
B. A need to expend excess predatory energy.
C. A desperate desire for attention.
D. An absolute disregard for human sleep.

Typically, larger dogs have longer dreams.

A. True
B. False

When a cat twitches its tail, it indicates …

A. It is excited.
B. It is upset.
C. Sassiness.
D. All of the above.

Dogs wag their tails because they’re happy.

A. True
B. False

If your cat brings you a dead mouse, it is …

A. Giving you a gift.
B. Asking you for a reward.
C. Hinting that you dispose of the body.
D. Reminding you what it is capable of.

Motion sickness during travel affects …

A. Only humans.
B. Both cats and dogs.
C. Cats but not dogs.
D. Dogs but not cats.

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