How did you get Nala a passport?
First thing to do is visit your vet. They will get you sorted with a passport and all the vaccinations your furry friend needs to travel. I also suggest looking on PetTravel.com this is what I use while I am on the road as they have everything you need to know about travelling with pets.
How does Nala tell you she is done walking?
When we are out walking Nala will start to slow down when she is getting tired. She niffs less and tends to walk slower. When she does this I crouch down and she jumps up on my shoulder, gets comfy and lets me do the walking while she enjoys the view from high up.
What does Nala do when she sees a dog?
Nala is very good at sticking up for herself when it comes to dogs and other cats she is unsure of. But if the dog is too bit or she isn’t happy she will just jump up on my shoulder where she feels safest.
What is Nala’s Favourite Cat Food or Treats?
Blue Wilderness, you will have seen this in our videos when it’s meal times or special treats (like her birthday). Blue wilderness uses all natural ingredients of the highest quality. You can read more about their food here.
Are you planning to travel to North America?
100% we are visiting North America.  Our first goal is to get to South-East Asia. That has been the plan since I left Scotland in September, 2018. After that when we hit North America we are thinking of starting in Canada and heading down south through the states and into South America.
What is the best way for followers to support you and Nala?
Through the sale of our merchandise and watching us on YouTube. This makes sure we can run the charity calendar every year which has raised thousands for animal charities globally. The funds keep the 1bike1world.com website running and along with YouTube keeps us on the road making memories.

To see more on our fundraising and the charities we have helped click here

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Our items are popular and do sell out very quickly, we will announce a restocks or new products through @1bike1world on Instagram.
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