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Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for December 01, 2014

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    awgiedawgie Premium Member over 5 years ago

    My cat never tries to get in my bedroom door… never.

    The bathroom, on the other hand, I am convinced has a sign on it that only cats can see, and that sign instills in them an insatiable drive for incessant meowing, and – as demonstrated so well by Puck and the gang – trying the impossible… crawling under the door.

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    A_Dream4u  over 5 years ago

    That is the Bathroom door. Me, I let them in, they are much happier when I do. Chester wants a drink from the tub spigot. Roy wants to hide behind the shower curtain and bat at anything foolish enough to get in range. Poodle wants to sit on the shower stool and stare at me. And Mama Taffy has to stretch (with claws extended) on my knee and receive pets.

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    stlmaddog5  over 5 years ago

    Our cats just can’t stand for a door to be closed. The bathroom door is normally open to allow access to one of 5 litter boxes. Close that door and the kids go nutz.

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    katina.cooper  over 5 years ago

    I’ve had this happen. A little ball with a bell in it will drive them crazy when you roll it against the door.

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    Vet Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Our late cat Grella would love to come in while my wife was taking a bath. She would walk along the edge of the tub trying not to slip in. We at the time had an old free standing tub. Now if I was taking the bath Mango the German Shepard had to come in and become the floor mat.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  over 5 years ago

    Cats believe that behind any closed door, ALL THE FUN is being had RIGHT NOW and they can’t stand being left out.

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    miscreant  over 5 years ago

    Since I have 5 cats and 1 dog and live alone I figure what the hey. I removed most of the doors in the house. The cats were always on the wrong side. I put the guest bedroom door and guest bath door back on when having company. I just use blackout curtains for doors on my bedroom and attached bath. The cats and dog love it. It still gives them access to fresh water and me at all times.

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    saxie5  over 5 years ago

    This is so my cats! One of my cats have figured out if she stands on her hind legs she can actually play with the door knob. I’m waiting for the day she figures out how to open the door!

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    brotherbox Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Our door is pretty useless one likes to sit on top of the open door, one likes the laundry hamper for naps another likes the towel closet for the same reason, giving up just made sense.

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    Linda Solomon  over 5 years ago

    My three do the same thing!

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    Linda Solomon  over 5 years ago

    lol

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    meowlin  over 5 years ago

    Unless there’s another human in the house, I usually don’t even bother to shut the bathroom door any more. .Nor should I – after all, it’s their “bathroom” too.

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    Fido (aka Felix Rex) Premium Member over 5 years ago

    This one <<< can’t resist snooping around the toidy any opportunity he gets. He’ll jump on the sink and grab my keys for other evil purposes also.

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    Mary McNeil Premium Member over 5 years ago

    No particular reason, but panel 3 just knocks me out !

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    AliCom  over 5 years ago

    That does it!!! The next time they go to use the litter-box, I’m going to ‘dump ’em’.

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    luckylouie  over 5 years ago

    Our Manx can open doors (our doors have handles, not knobs). It’s easy for him to open doors that open away from him — he just pulls the handle down and leans on the door. But he can open doors that open toward him. He puts one paw on the doorjamb, pulls the handle down, then slams his shoulder against the door, and it opens about an inch. Then he pulls it open. Manxes are the smartest cats I’ve seen. I think it’s because they’re in their last incarnation before they become human. They’re half-way there — they’ve already lost their tail.

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    Sarah Colvig Premium Member over 5 years ago

    What a great strip! I lived with 6 of them but lost 2 elderly ones recently. Of course they follow me into the bathroom.

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    MIHorn Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Or the tip of a tail appears under the door if I have to close it!

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    Transcription  almost 2 years ago

    Lupin: The woman is in a room we can’t get into.

    Elvis: We go now live to Puck.

    Puck: CN News Ma’am. What are you doing in there? Ma’am?

    Woman: Pucky, I’ll be out soon.

    Puck: CN News…

    Woman: Puck, stop.

    Puck: Ma’am?

    Lupin: Ma’am?

    Puck: Ma’am?

    Woman: Sigh.

    Elvis: Ma’am?

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