Tora, a one-year-old Scottish Straight cat, spends most of her time in a truck’s cabin with her owner, David Durst.
So far, she has traveled across 43 states of America and has a large fan base on Instagram. It will be safe to say that Tora has seen more America (and is more famous) than most of the Americans we know.
Watch the video of Tora below!
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It was quite a struggle for David to adopt a cat because the folks at animal sanctuaries thought it might not be a good idea to keep a cat when you are on the road for the majority of your time.
It is a common notion that felines are more affiliated to the place they live in than their owners, unlike the dogs who are devoted to their owners.
But as it appears, David and Tora are getting along really well.
In the video with this article, Tora can be seen sitting near the Grand Canyon with David, walking on a snow-covered wall, probably in Alaska, and enjoying the view and weather at a number of different locations across the US.
It looks like Tora is a good travel partner who gives David a good company on his journeys.
Like Tora, Zeus is another pet who recently made headlines for traveling, though for different reasons.
Zeus traveled for more than 30 hours across the US to be reunited with his owner. He was abducted by a “friend” of his owner and transported to thousands of miles away.
Zeus was found and reunited with his owner by a charity working for dogs.
As the owner could not drive to collect the dog, she took to social media to request help. In response to her plea, a total of 13 strangers gave her dog lifts along the way.
Zeus traveled for three nights and four days to reach his owner.