Just a rough idea but certainly will look into getting some proper versions made up as these were just stitched together about 30 mins ago .
2 sizes of Glint &Glow Cyflect sew on material with Velcro hook &loop closure with technora pull tabs .
The large was sized to take a DPX Gear Danger Tag , and the small x8 10 hour mini chem-lights the bigger can also take several other similar sized items and the small fitted both a Photon freedom and a universal cuff key .
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Wherever you may live, it is an unfortunate reality that if you have outdoor pets they are up against a lot of scary odds. Up north there is always the threat of winter in addition to wildlife, cars, etc…and when Bubba, the eighteen year old cat of Howard Hogan and Lucina Costain, went missing in January of this year they assumed that one of the many dangerous obstacles had taken its unfortunate toll on their beloved pet.
While they mourned and moved on, mother nature and the universe at large were organizing a very harsh lesson of survival for Bubba. A trial that Bubba promptly aced to the bewilderment of many. What am I talking about? Well, let’s just say that a sad accident hadn’t taken Bubba away…in fact, Bubba was still alive. Just rather…compromised.
Bubba had taken an extended snow day, which is to say the poor creature was stuck under nearly nine feet of snow that accumulated over the days as she was trapped under the outside porch. I don’t know what it is about cats getting prematurely buried under stuff this year, but this story is just utterly incredible. Bubba was trapped under the massive snow drifts for forty days.
Though their hope was mostly shattered, Howard said from time to time he still heard meowing. After around forty days, he decided to throw logic to the wind and take a long shot by digging a ways into the snow drift until there was a small opening to the underneath deck space.
As the space cleared, he crept closer to witness Bubba sticking out a paw and meowing. Baffled, he went about helping the poor thing out the rest of the way, shocked to see that she was rather okay for the most part. The vet concurred that Bubba was relatively unharmed, and simply suggested they don’t over feed her in the coming days.
Attributing it to her rather chubby figure before being buried, potential occasional mice, as well as the constant supply of fresh snow-water, the amazed couple wasted no time in alerting the world about their cat’s amazing feat of survival.