Travfurler Timeout - The Virtual 2020 Pet Scrapbook

Travfurler Timeout - The Virtual 2020 Pet Scrapbook
How has timeout with your pet helped you this year? 

We wanted to find a way to share all your stories and honour the pet’s that have kept you going this year also. So we decided to create a feature blog/time capsule which we hope to fill with your real life stories from this year of companionship, unconditional loving, learning and exploring. Somewhere we can all join and one day look back on when this is all over!

We would love to feature you in the blog:
🐾 Post your favourite photo on Instagram of you and your pet(s) or just your pet(s), having timeout this year
🐾 Write in the caption how timeout with your pet(s) has helped you
🐾 Use the hashtag #travfurlertimeout

We’ll then add your feature to the online scrapbook including your IG handle, photo and story.

Thank you for joining us in sharing the magic of pet's this year!
Meet the pet's that have kept the community going this year
For us it’s been the best medicine; keeping us out in fresh air, giving us inspiration and of course kept our hearts full of adventure and unconditional love.
 - Stephen and Francis @Travfurler
Dog dad
When hooman is working from home, I help by providing cuddle and play breaks! 
- @curie_cat_
Black Cat Face
Any day spent with you is my favorite day.
My meom got me to push herself to do more adventures. I haven’t even been in my forever home a year yet and I have so many memories created!
This year is coming to a close so I urge you to hold your fur babies extra tight & soak up time you get to spend together.
I know I’m so very grateful for my journey so far. 🧡
Ginger Cat Pine and Mum
Hey Guys! Happy Thursday. Yesterday I mentioned we were going someplace very special to celebrate my first full year at home. We went on a quiet, family pilgrimage to Cross in the Woods National Shrine in Indian River, Michigan. We were fortunate to view the shrine all by ourselves.
This Catholic Shrine has the tallest crucifix in the world at 55 ft tall (the figure of Christ is 28 feet) Fr. Brophy (founding priest) thought of Kateri Tekakwitha when he viewed the site location and surrounding area. She was a 17th century Mowhawk Indian who converted to Catholicism and placed crosses in the woods as shrines. (Since she was not yet a saint, the site could not be named for her)
The Cross is made of timber from Oregon. The bronze figure of Christ was sculpted by Marshall Fredericks, cast in Oslo, Norway and shipped to the United States. It has been visited by millions from around the world.
Swipe 👉🏻👉🏻👉🏻 to see a few images and respectful movies that we took including the beautifully intimate sculpture of the Holy Family, named 'A Quiet Moment'. For us, this represents our best #travfurlertimeout.
- @mr.bingley.mainecoon
Mr Bingley Mainecoon cat in backpack

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