I've had several guests offer to adjust the doors to our kitchen cabinets, because they don't "hang" properly. Well, there's a reason for that, namely, JC. We put "child safety locks" on the cabinets, and after about a week he figured out how to open them anyway, so we loosened the doors so that they stick. He still manages to open the cabinet where his cat food is kept, though. Yesterday I was online, and heard some suspicious sounds in the kitchen. He had not only opened up "his" cabinet, but also a Tupperware container of dry food, and was helping himself to a snack. The containers I use have a dot in the middle of the lid you have to press to break the air lock, and he obviously has been watching very carefully when I open them. He opens doors, turns the floor lamp on and off, makes phone calls (the manufacturer of our telephone, Philips, was rather intrigued when I asked if there was any way to disengage the redial and conference call buttons), plays with the test button on the printer and the fax machine, and can turn the VCR and stereo on and off. We unplug the DVD player when we're not using it, because I can imagine how much fun he'd have with the little tray that slides in and out! Talk about dexterous paws!