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Old 03-27-2009, 05:23 AM   #29
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Here it is "online". Screen Door Guard Bottom Half 115171-02 [115171-02] - $62.95 : ODMRV , Out-of-Doors Mart



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Old 06-10-2009, 03:30 PM   #30
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This is an easy answer.....

It only took one time for my cat to touch my solution to her unlatching the screen door, she never went near it again. The solution is
Masking tape...... Pull off a piece about two feet long , twiste the piece to make some small loops and stick it beside the door where she would have to touch it to get out or near the latch. Once it gets stuck on her hair, she will steer clear of it. Put is where it won't catch you as you go in or out. This also can be used to keep your curious cat from areas that are dangerous to her too or off the furniture. Please use the easy release type of masking tape, it is the scare that keeps the cats respectful of the tape, not the hurt that would happen if you use a tape tha pulls out hair.

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Old 06-10-2009, 05:27 PM   #31
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Wonder if the tape would work on our small dog, she quickly found out ya just slide that over and there's all the hole i need to get out and follow you. Was pretty funny the first 3 or 4 times now we close the door all the way and go for shorter walks.

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Old 06-10-2009, 06:04 PM   #32
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It's known that the more "pointy" faced cats, like the Tonkenese, Burmese, Siamease, Abbasiniean, etc. are, generally smarter than average.
I did some boat sitting for a couple that had a cat, that could open a portlight, but he would look around first, to see if he was being watched. Had to make sure that the portlight screws were tightned down.
Ah yes,,,, Gods little creatures.......

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