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Fourth-place winners: Angel, Gypsy and three birds

| December 29, 2013

In fourth place are a miniature pinscher, a cat who makes the ride pleasant for her owner and three birds who love to ride in the truck.


Angel“When Angel was a young puppy, she loved riding in the truck. She spent much of that time sleeping. She goes with us everywhere we go when we travel. If she is not welcome, we do not want to go. She has brought “oooo’s” and “ahhhhh’s” as well as big smiles to peoples’ faces all over the East Coast.”

Tony Oakes | Owner-operator, TJK Transport LLC


 Gypsy crop“Gypsy
makes the ride more pleasant!”

Lisalee Starkman | Owner-operator, Leisure Transportation LLC





Gus, Tako and Brandy“All three love to ride in the truck. Gus Rides on the Back of my seat, until I get to a Rest Area, Shipper, Receiver or Truckstop, Then it’s down my arm to the Steering Wheel He Likes to Ride the Wheel when it’s Turning and goes WEEEEE and Ducks under my arm when it comes around. Tako rides on a Suction Cup Perch Attached to the Passenger side Window and Goes Yee Haw when we hit a Dip or a Bridge that doesn’t match the Road. Brandy Rides on My Shoulder and is Smart Enough to come down my Arm and Poop on the Paper on the Floor in between the Seats always ask What are You Doing, Tell her I’m Driving and answers Oh.”

Timothy L. Barrett Sr. | Owner-operator, T&J Transportation Services

  • norman ott

    I bought a 379 a few years ago that had a cat living inside with the driver. I tried to clean the interior and get the smell out but it was too bad and I had to replace the entire inside of the cab and sleeper, the smell was so bad it made my eyes water. There was cat crap and litter in the top bunk, under the mattress and front seats. I could only guess what a rabbit and a parrot must smell like. strives to maintain an open forum for reader opinions. Click here to read our comment policy.