Our cats opened the bathroom cabinet drawer, thereby blocking the bathroom door from opening. I took this picture by sticking my phone under the door. Trying with a hanger to close the drawer so I can open the door. A dog would never do this. pic.twitter.com/BmQ2T6PVdO
— misplaced comma or Julee Balko when I’m an author (@misplacedcomma2) July 9, 2022
Julee Balko has a bathroom with drawers close to the door. Opening a drawer will block the door, which is a great way to keep someone from coming into the bathroom while you are busy in there. But then the cats found out about it. Cats love opening drawers, but I’ve never known a cat to close one when they are done. This time they did it when no one else was in the bathroom, so the humans have no access to the room. The picture is a little confusing because it points upward from the floor. And there’s more.
— Dianne (she/her) 🌊 (@kdrobbinscat) July 10, 2022
“Cat is now in the drawer which does not help” is a perfect description of 2022.
— Alexandra Samios (@Xanboni) July 10, 2022
It was hours between updates, and Julee’s followers were getting restless. But Julee was busy trying to gain access to her bathroom, which you can imagine is a priority. Finally, the news came through.
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After an hour of bending hangers, tools, sticks, weird shaped pliers, and basically anything we could shove through the crack of the door we successfully got the drawer closed and door open. Cats were disappointed the game was over. Humans were happy and taped the drawers shut.
— misplaced comma or Julee Balko when I’m an author (@misplacedcomma2) July 10, 2022
And they all lived happily ever after. The lesson is: cats provide us opportunities for sharing tense moments and laughs, so let’s always document their shenanigans and celebrate them for it. -via Fark