Liebchen is a cat from the United States who has an extremely interesting life! His owners accidentally saw his photo when he was still a little kitten at the Rifle Animal Shelter. They decided to take this miracle in with them. From the first days, he was an extremely curious explorer. He was curious about everything and was constantly asking to go outside.
“Liebchen is an outgoing, vibrant, and playful orange cat. We fell in love with him the moment we set eyes on him at Rifle Animal Shelter near Aspen, Colorado. Once we brought Liebchen home, he would scream-meow at the door to go outside and explore, so we got him a harness and the rest is history”,- the owner says.
Liebchen matches his owners in this, They also love exploring new places and traveling. The kitten was only 10 weeks old when his owners first took him camping, and they’ve been going to different places together ever since. Liebchen hikes, boats, bikes in the summer and skis in the winter, and loves all kinds of activities!
“Liebchen took right to the harness and leash and went on his first hike at 10 weeks old. Now he goes on adventures everywhere with us (his pawpaw and meowmmy). He goes skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, camping, paddle boarding, swimming, on road trips, flying on airplanes – everywhere!”,-the owner says.
The owners have a blog on social media, where they post pictures from their travels with Libchen. According to them, he loves adventure and is not afraid of anything. He loves exploring the woods or the desert. He loves jumping on and off rocks and logs. He enjoys smelling new places and finding new types of plants, bugs, and animals. He also loves exploring the different terrains the Western US has.
Libchen is always safe – his owners are constantly watching and taking care of him, and they don’t let him off the leash if they know there might be wild animals around. According to his owners, of all the activities, Liebchen enjoys hiking the most.
“We are too nervous to let him outside on his own, and it is honestly too dangerous, so we have adapted and now he loves his walks and hikes. Hikes allow him to safely enjoy the outdoors. He does love to ski with us as well, but that season isn’t year-round. He rides on our shoulders or in our backpack and just sticks his little face in the wind. He loves the wind in his whiskers, takes naps on the gondola or chairlift, and enjoys meeting new people.”