So we recently moved to a new apartment. We are all settled in and so are the cats but the cats have found a feature of our new apartment that they really love.
We can't seem to keep them out of the cabinets or the closet that we keep the cat supplies in. We looked at some child proofing items like the little white plastic levers that go on the inside of cabinets to keep kids out but the cabinet still opens a bit with those and I'm pretty sure one of our cats will be able to squeeze in.
The problem with the closet is thats it's more or less a slab of wood with a handle on it. There is no hardware on the side that makes the door latch closed. So the kitties just put their paws under the door and it pops right open. Last night they got in this closet (even after I put a 20 lbs box of litter in front of the door) and ripped into a bag of cat food and helped them selves. There is also a closet with sliding doors that they keep getting into.
I've thought of door stops for the two closets but I would not put it past my cats to get them out from under the door and turn them into a toy.
So I guess my question to you all is, what have other people had to do in this situation?