I’m not a big fan of cat flaps. You expect a tuxedo cat as graceful as I am to squeeze in and out of some little flashy door? I think not. Those covered litter trays Beardface provides are bad enough but at least we’ve finally convinced him to remove the flaps. Dignity and modesty are thus preserved. Infinitely more civilised than squatting outdoors.
However, I am an adventure cat and I do enjoy my little forays into the wild. Much in the same way as Frizzy Hair enjoys ‘camping’ if it’s in a five star tented room with double bed and separate shower. Alas, I kid you not. I need to be able to enjoy my freedoms at my own preferred times and not be constantly having to wait for Beard Face to let me in or out.
As can be evidenced from the video below, I do know how to open the door.
Granted, once I locked them both out by accidentally dropping the latch but forgive and forget. Now, if I had a front door key, I’m sure I could master getting in as easily as I’ve mastered getting out. Well, I would master it if they would leave that top bolt off.
Honestly, what’s an independent cat to do?
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