Guess we have a pretty normal cat in the behavior department, if he sees a closet door open a crack, in he goes. Naturally, we found out early on that we must adopt a rule of always keeping all closet doors closed. We found that this was not working though, because open a closet for a fraction of a moment to grab a shirt, and from out of nowhere, and with no knowledge whatsoever, in he goes just as the door is quickly shut. And now we have a locked cat in a closet because we have vowed to keep all closet doors closed. Whenever we come home, Persi comes to meet us at the garage door, if he does not, we know that once again one of us has locked him in a closet. So we have decided to adopt a new household policy; to always keep all closet doors open. That would obviously take of the problem but I mentioned that perhaps we could get the cat a closetotomy from the vet, a procedure that would keep him out of closets. OK, folks, I am just kidding and know of no such procedure but has anybody found a sure way to solve this problem besides leaving all the doors open all the time, this looks silly!
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8/29/06 at 6:20am