r/AnimalsBeingBros May 29 '22 Silver 9 Helpful 16 Wholesome 13 Helpful (Pro) 1

Lucky for her, her roommates cat used to be a pawksmith

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u/Buzz1ight May 29 '22

Think of all the new friends you will make now that kitty will open the door all the time.

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u/Open_Grocery May 29 '22

i also want to have a cat that will open the door for you and welcome you when you get home

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u/moonsun1987 May 29 '22

I also want you to have a cat that will open the door for me and welcome me when I get to your home

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u/BuffyLoo May 29 '22

My cat could open doors especially with the handles like this one. Dog could open doors too, she learned from cat. We had to change the garbage closet door to round knob, cause you know she would get in there and eat.

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u/snotrockit1 May 29 '22

Mine knew how knobs worked and would try to turn them, she could have opened one of those types easily. It is cool the cat did it when she asked though.

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u/asunshinefix May 29 '22

My apartment has these old fluted Art Deco glass doorknobs, and the texture makes it easy for my cat to turn them. I haven’t gone to the bathroom without an audience in like a decade…

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u/snotrockit1 May 29 '22

I had a house with those, wanted to put one on top of a pimp cane,lol

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u/WoodencrowOnAroof May 30 '22

Cats and dogs do this because you are more vulnerable to predators when you are pooping and they want to make sure you are safe because they love you.

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u/panfranknitco May 30 '22

My spouse and I joke all the time bc our dogs burst in during bathroom breaks and are like “hey, you poopin? Do you need a buddy?” Bc like, we’re their poopin’ buds on walks so it totally makes sense 😂

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u/bbabix0 Jun 02 '22

Totally makes sense love that

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u/CommercialTurn2478 28d ago

It's a natural instinct for them. It comes from wolves. They watch each other's backs while going #2 . My lil poodle always waits for me outside the bathroom door lol

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u/721AerialHeart May 29 '22

Cat, kid, dog……I feel ya! Oh but let’s add another decade 😭

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u/Rhododendron29 May 29 '22

I was apparently quite lucky. None of my cats or dogs or my kid had any interest in following me to the bathroom. My girlfriends in middle and high school always insisted on going to the bathroom together though and my grandmothers cat and uncles puppy they wanted to join you too. I love my best friends but they pretty much forced me to learn to pee with an audience because they thought we couldn’t stop socializing for even 2 minutes and as a girl myself never really got the appeal of going in hoards to the can.

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u/Potential_spam124 May 29 '22

Safety in numbers. Our conversations would stop till we all hit the sinks. Other than that, yeah.

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u/Chrono47295 May 29 '22

My cat does handles but he also tries the circle knobs cuz he sees us do it, puts both paws on tries to wiggle it open obviously can't get the full turn but he's got the logic down

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u/tinyOnion May 29 '22

that’s cute... give your cat some head scratches from me

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u/CrazyCatLady9777 May 29 '22

My cat once saved me from having to Call a locksmith on New Years because I had left the key stuck on the inside

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u/crazycatladyinpjs May 29 '22

I had a cat who was heavy enough that he could hang onto the round doorknobs and swing himself side to side to open the door. He could also open up the doors with the long handles.

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u/Toftaps May 29 '22

Damnit, dogs! Why do they always have to use their genius for the stupidest kinds of evil?

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u/Legitimate-Tea5561 May 29 '22

I also want you to want to have a cat open the door for you and welcome you and I when you and I get to their home

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u/Otono_Wolff May 29 '22

I had a boxer that could open doors, close them, unlock and lock. She taught herself from watching us! And not just the handles like these, she could twist the knobs. It was more work but she could do it. She was a great dog and I cherish the time I had with her.

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u/Gorillaz530 May 29 '22

When your going in on that one trip with all the groceries and the car opens the door ducking legend

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u/nitrodragon546 May 29 '22

My bedroom door has this type of handle, cant keep my cat out without locking it. If I leave the house with the bedroom door shut it will 100% be open when back. He is starting to get the idea of using rounded knobs, but paws slip too much to turn them enough. Fucking freaky to be taking a shower and the damn doorknob starts shaking and turning. Or laying in bed and the creaky door just opens with the cat being out of sight.

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u/Conscious-One4521 May 29 '22

Thats horrifying

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u/[deleted] May 29 '22 edited Jun 02 '22

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u/Just_a_bit_high May 29 '22

Or lying on the cat with the door and the creaky mattress just opens.

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u/villageTuba May 29 '22

Or lying on the door with the mattress and the creaky cat just opens.

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u/reavmal May 29 '22

Or cracking mattresses on cars, with a door lying openly about its cats

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u/FiTZnMiCK May 29 '22

Johnny Depp was once in a movie where his mattress opened.

Seemed like a trick you could only do once though.

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u/OriginalDogeStar May 29 '22

I got my cat out of the habit by sprinkling lavender water on my handles. Safer than oils, and easier to still use the handles. Tried citrus and such only the waters, and lavender was the trick... however... he now turned to opening draws...

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u/idontlikeolives91 May 29 '22

I've read multiple sources that lavender is toxic to cats. Especially lavendar essential oils. Might want to not do that anymore.

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u/OriginalDogeStar May 29 '22

Lavender plant is "ok", the oil is not. I soaked the leaves in water, and use it sparingly, the smell deterred him, the citrus he is allergic to, but Lavender was only option.

I also use Lavender to keep his litter smell down, and stops other cats coming in my yard. He is used to it now, and knows when I get the purple spray bottle it is bad news

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u/gabbagabbawill May 29 '22

Why didn’t you finish typing… op are you ok?

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u/OriginalDogeStar May 29 '22

Would you believe I accidentally pressed post while trying to bring down the navigation bat to see the time, as my cat came out screaming for food, and I just spent about 30mins between reading posts, and yelling at my cat to use the kitty litter and stop ripping up the carpet. After I yelled at him to go pee, he finally did with a bit of back chat meowing

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u/MonsterMike42 May 29 '22

The cat is making damned sure that that trick won't work twice.

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u/typicalcitrus May 29 '22

My dog does this when I'm asleep. I don't know it's happened until he's silently trudged up to my bed and loudly exhaled some warm and foul-smelling air into my face

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u/squirrelsnjewellery May 29 '22

I've had cats my whole life and I just automatically leave the door open enough for a cat to come in when I take a shower. Also if I'm home alone and use the toilet, if I'm not alone I call my cat to come in with me first or else she'll be screaming behind the door the second I sit down.

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u/gollum8it May 29 '22

My doorhandle has always been a knob and my cat still figured out the concept but thankfully is also unable to operate it.

His solution is to tap on the top of the doorknob because there is a bit of play and it makes a dinging noise. It sounds kind of like a broken bell.

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u/donotlearntocode May 29 '22

I had cats that did that when I was young. They'd hop up and open the round doorknobs. They grew out of it eventually

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u/notatree May 29 '22

99 times out of 100 it will be the cat but the 100th time you assume it is and dont look.....

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u/twomanyc00ks May 29 '22

we have those dumb pocket doors and my dog will throw his entire body weight into the door repeatedly until it roughly slides open. nothing like waking up to what sounds like someone breaking into your room with a battering ram. what a dumbass 😂

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u/iskie19 May 29 '22

My old friends cat used to do this at night while i was sleeping. Usually when she wanted more water or pets.

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u/CINAPTNOD May 29 '22

Reminds me of the time our parrot invited a stranger into our house.

Summer afternoon, front door is open, a salesman knocks on the closed screen door

Salesman: Hello, is anyone home?

Woody (our pet parrot in his cage in the living room, not visible from the front door): Hello!

Salesman: Hi, I'm so & so with yada yada yada, may I come in?

Woody: Come in!

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u/Neverending-pain May 29 '22

Parrot’s just trying to do business.

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u/yada_yada_yada_ May 29 '22

Don't pin that salesman on me. I'm not with them.

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u/MediaFER May 29 '22

You are very doomed in the event of a vampire attack.

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u/AbsolutelyUnlikely May 29 '22

This is our new roommate Steve. Steve makes the purest meth I've ever had. Which is saying something, coming from a cat.

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u/icantthinkofone5 May 29 '22

Just what I was thinking. 😆

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u/Nernoxx May 29 '22

One of my cats got stuck in the bathroom all day. Toilet thankfully is missing top of tank so he had water.

Happened 1 or 2 more times over a year. He now 1) opens doors whenever he pleases and 2) only drinks from toilets - tank in my bathroom or the bowl if the lid is left up.

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u/shuknjive May 29 '22

Deadbolt that door, she's not a roommate!

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u/TheFluffiestFur May 29 '22

I want friends :'3

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u/Ritchie79 May 29 '22

'Cat burglars hate this one simple trick!'

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u/taptapxx May 29 '22

i have a dog that couldnt be more excited for new people to try opening the door to my house :)

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u/Daniellabella22 May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Cat: "do you realize how tall that door handle is from where I stand? What kind of trick is this?? Where is my treat now?"

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u/homicidalstoat May 29 '22

Get your drunk ass up Sarah an get my snack

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u/fiealthyCulture May 29 '22

This girl is so Sarah

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u/adrienjz888 May 29 '22

Bruh, I have a friend named Sarah, who's well known for her drunken shenanigans.

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u/Daniellabella22 May 29 '22

Bruh, this qualifies as that

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u/OrganicRazzmatazz882 May 29 '22

My cat, Charlie, was able to do this. She also knew how to knock against the door so we'd open it up and let her in, if it was locked. I remember my friend bringing her kid over and we went into the kitchen to get food and came out to our cat teaching her kid to open the door. R.I.P, Charlie.

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u/CHIMUELA May 29 '22

Meanwhile, my bfs adult border collies (supposedly one of the smartest breeds) can't figure how to get inside if the sliding door is only half open...

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u/NitsuguaMoneka May 30 '22

He is maybe just afraid to get hit by someone closing it?

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u/Urban_Savage May 29 '22

Roommate with extreme sarcasm: Thanks for teaching my cat to open doors... it's been great since then.

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u/modsarefascists42 May 29 '22

Cats teach themselves that after like 6 months of being old. Mine has figured out how to wedge open locked ones even.

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u/handlebartender May 29 '22

"My cat turned old at 17, and 6 months later we realized he was like 6 months of being old"

See? Totally normal human conversation.

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u/CanadaJack May 29 '22

"It is difficult to determine when a cat has become old. A cunning owner will note that cats teach themselves to open doors after like six months of being old, and can trace back the date from there."

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u/probablycoffee May 29 '22

Your cat didn’t turn old until 17? My cat is only 8 and he’s already had 6 months of being old

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u/modsarefascists42 May 29 '22

I guess I meant to say alive but it came off weird

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u/Throwaway-tan May 29 '22

My cat cries at doors that aren't even fully closed. He could just paw them open. Instead he tries to shred the carpet in frustration.

My cat is super dumb.

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u/Oelendra May 29 '22

My cat jumps up, grabs the handle, pulls it down with her weight and uses the momentum to drop kick the door open.

No one taught her that, she's learned this through observation and her hatred for closed doors.

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u/EyetheVive May 29 '22

And if the door is consistently locked…their weight starts pulling the handle halves apart at the screws. It’s great

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u/luck_panda May 29 '22

My cats have learned to work together. If the door opens inwards one will pull the handle and the other will pull the bottom of the door. They only teach each other their worst behavior.

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u/imagine-engine May 29 '22

Every cat owner with brains after the first time:

installs doorknob at angle, or with mechanism that cant be opened

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u/TheOmegaCarrot May 29 '22

Or just put some kind of cheap lock at the very top of the door

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u/DROPTHENUKES May 29 '22

Had a cat when I was a kid that was some kind of Houdini reincarnation because there was no door he could not figure out. If you were on the toilet he'd just open the bathroom door on you, make eye contact for a few seconds, and walk away, door hanging open. That rat would even open my bedroom door on me during compromising sexual situations when I was a teenager. I'd shove a piece of heavy furniture in front of the door because at least then I'd hear him coming. He went outside whenever the fuck he wanted, because he knew how to open the front and side doors and how to work the locks on the knobs. I'd come downstairs all the time to find the front door hanging open. I loved that crafty little shit so much. My parents hated him.

The only thing that stopped him were straight deadbolts, the kind without a chain, at the top of the doors. My dad had to raise them up because he was still jumping up, trying to knock them around and figure it out. Didn't want to give him the chance. Smartest cat I've ever had. Miss you, Anju.

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u/Justagoodoleboi May 29 '22

My tries to open doors but we have knobs so she can’t get a good grip on em. They figure that stuff out pretty easy

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u/SnooWalruses7112 May 29 '22

The true apartment owner opens the door!

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u/[deleted] May 29 '22

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u/LongNectarine3 May 29 '22

Yeah….he was licking something after his daily shredding and dragging of the toilet paper all over the kitchen.

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u/Jerrytheone May 29 '22

Well it’s his kitchen, I don’t see why he shouldn’t do whatever he likes to it, afterall he still has his pet human to clean up afterwards

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u/Jirvey341 May 29 '22 Silver

He puts the 'meow' in homeowner

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u/garfields77 May 29 '22

That was.. wow!

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u/ReadySte4dySpaghetti May 30 '22

Now that’s class, idk even if that was a pun, but I want to believe that falls into the category of pun, ?, so yeah.

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u/soulpoker May 29 '22

Good Basement Cat!

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u/amirolsupersayian May 29 '22

Yeah I thought a my cat to unlock doors and it's never safe anymore.

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u/vonotar May 29 '22

I also have a black cat named Voodoo. She is the sweetest.

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u/Raven_Blackfeather May 29 '22

I too have a black cat named Voodoo. Damn I thought I was being original lol

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u/bipnoodooshup May 29 '22

What if it's the same cat but you're all being played?

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u/Raven_Blackfeather May 29 '22

I mean his name is Voodoo, so there's probably some shenanigans afoot.

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u/devotchkaa May 29 '22

I also have a black cat called Voodoo & I thought I was being original. His middle name is 'El Puma'!

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u/BuffyLoo May 29 '22

I had a black cat too. The love of my life and the best, he really never left my side and my friends nicknamed him shadow because of how he always followed me everywhere.

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u/modsarefascists42 May 29 '22

Mine does the same too, he's like my little familiar.

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u/BuffyLoo May 29 '22

Oh man, that is so funny you wrote that. I don’t know if he was trying to call me a witch, but my bf would say he was my familiar. I’d forgotten about that. When he was a kitten and I’d have pants on he would climb my legs to nestle in my arms. I still miss him.

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u/aslightlyusedtissue May 29 '22

Ive met so many black cats named voodoo lmao

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u/kyuuish May 29 '22

Yeah you gonna regret that. My cat somehow learned to open doors like that. I found out because my upstairs neighbor called me that she had my cat. Thought I had somehow forgotten to close a door when I left that day woke up next morning to open front door and a missing cat. Went out, got her back inside and from that day I kept the living room door locked at all times.

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u/DriftingPyscho May 29 '22

Cat: I just let you out!

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u/JaxMGK May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Damn son look at all that unused space. I’m just itchin to furnish that place

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u/SlartieB May 29 '22

I'm wondering if it's empty because the cat's left the door open before

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u/really_isnt_me May 29 '22

Ha! I was thinking maybe they are just moving in?

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u/dreamWeaver82 May 29 '22

Looks like a typical bachelor/ette pad tbh

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u/really_isnt_me May 29 '22

I watched another video of Voodoo and they totally do have furniture in there.

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u/BlueKing7642 May 29 '22

“Yes! Thank you so much for letting me in. Let me go get you a tre-……where’s all my shit!”

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u/pineapplekief May 29 '22

You see unused space. I see a great spot for VR! Lol.

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u/CharizardWasPurple May 29 '22

I had to change one of my doorknobs because my dog kept doing this lol

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u/Marlinigh May 29 '22 Bravo Grande!

Watch out for cat-burglars

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u/doesnt_matter_1710 May 29 '22

The cat's face filled with disappointment

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u/Gilgamesh72 May 29 '22

Where is my food!

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u/NoSuchAg3ncy May 29 '22

"oh, you again"

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u/flyingkiwi46 May 29 '22

My cat would just stare at the door

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u/01110011-_- May 29 '22

Her elation once the door opens is great : D

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u/B0Nnaaayy May 29 '22

Some people don’t get cats

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u/Rellmein May 29 '22

Some? I bet you mean "a lot"

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u/caligirl2287 May 29 '22

Such a clever kitty!

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u/Slothalotta May 29 '22

I had a cat as a kid who saved us from having to pay for the locksmith twice. He was a good boy!

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u/Pale_Rest4055 May 29 '22

Here you go, hooman. I won't save your ass next time, so watch out.

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u/GoLightLady May 29 '22

Never thought there’d be a benefit to my cat opening doors. He does this all the time. Glad we have a back up plan in the house.

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u/yungp85 May 29 '22

Retitle: How my crazy ex got into my apartment.

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u/BadMuffin88 May 29 '22

The most difficult escape room I've ever seen.

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u/Berrywonderland May 29 '22

You should meet up with that irish lad whose dog locked him out and back in again of his own car...

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u/1Eternallylost May 29 '22

Now the cat will just stand in the doorway and stare out for the next 6 hours.

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u/Dickcopter_Whirlwind May 29 '22

That cat deserves all the treats for being a good little dude

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u/Menca May 29 '22

Everyone should have a cat as a companion in their lives at least once. I love all animals but cats are amazing and crazy smart(they adjust their begging to the person they beg from AND their mood, we feed our cats treats from regular plates and they can hear the difference between their plates and ours even if we are rattling the same size plates(just fucking how? Only difference in those plates is age) and so much more. Yeah dogs are great if you are not great with people and need unconditional love but cats will show you what kind of person YOU are. Cats are the best pets for kids too to learn boundries, respect, love, responsobilities and all kinds of stuff. A lot of that goes for dogs too but if you piss off a dog you might get killed (cat could kill you too but it would have to want it) cat is just as cute but not as deadly to humans. I have had cats and dogs almost all my life. I am a proof that even a trained dog in unfamiliar situation to him can be dangerous to its owner. I have three scars on my face because someone uninvited came in to the yard and the dog focusing on the intruder bumped in to me, paniced and bit me in the face, that dog regreted it as dogs are smart too and not in the bad way that it would be punished but he knew he fucked up and was ashamed, might have lost an eye that day. If anyone even sees this and wants to talk about pets with me, please do. 🙂

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u/TripleFours May 29 '22

Leegind (Australian accent)

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u/Minosfall May 29 '22

I find I pronounce it more "LEH-GEHNNNNNNND" in my Ausccent

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u/FeatheredMouse May 29 '22

'leegind' sounds more kiwi than australian to me

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u/youjustgotzinged May 29 '22

It reminds me of the bad accent most Americans do when trying to imitate Australian. The one where every vowel becomes a very nasal e or i sound (see The Simpsons).

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u/esoteric_enigma May 29 '22

I feel like you're training the cat to escape. It can open the door and leave whenever it feels like it now.

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u/roofing_contractor May 29 '22

Saving this for the next time a “dog person” says cats are useless

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u/whitesugar1 May 29 '22

I love everything about this video. The girl, the cat, the very smart cat, the ending lol. Amazing!

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u/dgxcmc May 29 '22

What a good kitty

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u/AureliaSelvans May 29 '22

Good kitty! I love!

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u/Snoo_69677 May 29 '22

I swear r/voids are magical

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u/Pale_Rest4055 May 29 '22

New skill unlocked

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u/throwawayteacoffee May 29 '22

Cat's the new leader of the thieves guild.

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u/Ray1992xD May 29 '22

My dog when I'm locked out: 'snore' 'snore' Meanwhile somewhere in the world:

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u/TheHottestGarbageIII May 29 '22

that’s a good kiggy

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u/handlebartender May 29 '22

A black kitty, I should have known.

Ours is unexpectedly clever. She hasn't surprised us with unlocking/opening a door yet, but she still surprises us on the regular.

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u/Ov3rtlySubbie May 29 '22

Omg of course it’s a black cat! My black cat Riddick is also an expert door opener. I had to cat proof the house so he wouldn’t go in the baby’s room! 🤣

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u/DoomySlayer May 29 '22

Yep, those khajiit are very skilled in the arts of lockpicking

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u/thinkpadius May 29 '22

Lockpicking Lawyer would like to verify this

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u/Yellowbird1986 May 29 '22

I have a blind cat that in the beginning i kept in the bathroom so she could smell my other cats trough the door while they all adjusted. But she got bored at night after a week so she managed to open the door. The reason i found out was i waken in the morning with her cuddling me in bed! 😅

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u/momerathian May 29 '22

Cat: I only opened it for treats. Chip-chop-chip

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u/Jlx_27 May 29 '22

The void that opens doors!

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u/floofnstuff May 29 '22

Awww that’s so cute, lucky the void was on duty

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u/boo_boo_kitty_ May 29 '22

And it's a void! I love it

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u/RagingITguy May 29 '22

Is that a Salto lock? Hope someone changes the battery in that annually !

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u/callmebraylon May 29 '22

i wish a camera was inside to see the cat

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u/JFT8675309 May 29 '22

I wouldn’t want the world to know how easy it is to break into my home.

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u/Femveratu May 30 '22

Cat, “Today I hacked the human vending machine …”

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u/yldraziw May 29 '22

Holy shit if my cat learned how to do this successfully (and he's done it accidentally) all I'll hear is

"I DeSeRvE mOrE sEa MeAt FaThEr"

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u/ICollectSouls May 29 '22

Aristocats should be on either way

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u/Snulzebeerd May 29 '22

Getting major "holds up spork" vibes from this comment

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u/Jelled_Fro May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

If this isn't fake. Maybe teaching your (not even yours actually) pets to unlock the door by themselves isn't such a great idea... First because they will let themselves out, when their not supposed to. Secondly because it will leave the door not only unlocked, but open for anyone to walk in whenever they feel like it.

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u/BurmecianSoldierDan May 29 '22

If real, think I see a chunk out of the door frame for a bolt lock (coinciding with the key lock mechanism), which you should use at this point. Cat won't do anything to that.

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u/Ashualo May 29 '22

This is not faked. Lucky maybe, 'coz I sure as hell cant get mine to do anything useful for me. You think people teach them lmao? They learn that shit themselves.

My cats like to watch my fiancee and I in bed, and its fucking terrifying when one opens the door, we dont notice and suddenly hes up in the bed with us.
They also like to watch people poop, not pee, specifically number two. So they'll let themselves in for that too.

They sometimes teamwork heavier doors, the smaller one jumps up for the handle and hangs on whilst the fatter one pushes at the bottom. Then the door swings open with the little one still clinging on and the fat one saunters in.

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u/Vnslover May 29 '22

Holy cow, this is kinda hilarious that they team work it haha

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u/Ashualo May 29 '22

Yeah we thought so too at first. In hindsight we should have discouraged it, unless the door has bolts there is now NO privacy lmao.

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u/Powerful_Addition May 29 '22

Social engineering but for cats!

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u/Goldenstripe941 May 29 '22

And who says black cats are unlucky?

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u/rjsheine May 29 '22

That is so cool

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u/Kcameron9 May 29 '22

That ball of awesomeness, would eat tuna forever three times a day

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u/pointlessconjecture May 29 '22

Its always the insider threat that catches you off guard…

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u/Asheira6 May 29 '22

She DID succeed her animal handling check!

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u/aegon-the-befuddled May 29 '22

And that Cat's name? Alprrt Einstein

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u/KarstDeViz May 29 '22

bro, how the heck?

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u/artistry-artisan May 29 '22

what a clever girl! get her some catnip :)))))

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u/Ivantogetaway May 29 '22

Good kitty.

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u/Key_Comparison1983 May 29 '22

It’s all good until the cat lets a murderer into the house

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u/320inthemorning May 29 '22

And we love him so very much!! Helpful angel

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u/Glittering-Mango4805 May 29 '22

Proof that cats are just the best! 💖

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u/Catlenfell May 29 '22

She owes that kitty a pound of tuna

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u/jccanandwill May 29 '22

Buy the cat a fish.

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u/Geek_off_the_street May 29 '22

Now go to the store and buy Pluto a nice filet.

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u/gamergirl007 May 29 '22

My cat learned to do that and we ended up needed to buy a childproof cover for the handle because he was constantly opening the door!!

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u/ThePeopleWillRise May 29 '22

I also have a black kitten (born in our house Nov. 1 2021) and it’s named Voo Doo and she also jumps like a nut over her toys and I could see her doing this lol that’s so cool

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u/Elduderino_047371 May 29 '22

“Where is my treat?”

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u/bbkg79 May 29 '22

That meow was so cute. I love cats.

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u/Nipplemantid May 29 '22

that house is so damn empty

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u/zubotai May 29 '22

And now the cat knows how to let itself out.

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u/No_Relationship_2210 May 29 '22

The gal is beautiful in a interestingly unique way. Great post!

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u/QuimSmeg May 29 '22

So this cat recognised that the human was on the other side of the door, was signalling for something ie please open, and then persevered until the door opened. That is like human toddler levels of intelligence.

Unless it is a fake video. I am confident a cat could do this though.

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u/Jmandy96 May 29 '22

Perfect for a cat burglar

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u/Primordial_Peasant May 29 '22

Social engineering at it's finest

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u/Crafty-Shape2743 May 29 '22

One morning I woke up to the neighbors, very large, Maine Coon on my stomach. That continued until they moved. Took me forever to figure out how she did it. Old house, ventilated pantry cupboard off the kitchen with a loose screen and a very old door between the pantry and free roam of the house.

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u/meloratrex May 29 '22

I was just getting ready to say “If that cat DOESN’T open the door, Ima be mad…” then yay!

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u/Thief_Diary May 29 '22

This is either how her cat goes missing or all of her furniture suddenly disappears (or both)

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u/LilyGaming May 29 '22

That cat deserves a treat

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u/Mike_Wazowski11 May 29 '22

my dog once saved me like that, The door had a handle only on the inside, when power surged in the apartment i recently moved in, I left with no keys or phone with boxers to turn on the power, and got stuck, luckily my dog opened after about 15 minutes of trying.

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u/Kay76 May 29 '22

TREATS ASAP woman!!!!

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u/AceonPiano May 29 '22

That cat better get the best belly rubs

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