This Is Why Cats Are Able To Open Doors So Effortlessly

yokoPublished: June 30, 2016121,659 views
Published: June 30, 2016

Cats are curious creatures. They love poking their paws in boxes and squeezing into tight places. Judging from all the trouble they get into, it is no wonder cats are said to have nine lives. Their inquisitive behavior is a inborn part of their nature.

For this cat, obviously, it is extremely important to know every nook and cranny of her "territory". She needs to know where everything is, identify hiding spots, make sure things are where she left them. She is very dedicated to this practice, updating her internal map every day.

If they don't have access to a certain area, that's a part of their territory whose map they can't update, and that's distressing. What if there's something dangerous there? Or something awesome? Who are you to tell this cat what part of its domain it can or can't visit?

There is a specific reason why this cat needs to get inside that room, and the answer is evident once accomplished. Playtime! That is why this cat effortlessly opens the door in order to play with some toys. The quick-witted cat jumps up on the door knob and opens it so masterfully showing that she is a born leader. Look how the other two cats follow suit. For her, playing with toys and playing with her friends is not only fun, but it provides valuable exercise. The wider the choice of toys, the better but these cats play with everything, from toys you have at home like wads of paper, straws, and plastic rings from milk or juice containers to toys you buy in a shop like balls with bells in them, catnip mice, and crinkly catnip things.

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    Christina ยท 1 year ago

    i'm having more trouble opening the door than this cat...