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Portable Cat Door

but you were just out !!!!
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Cats don't *really* want to go out or come in twenty-million times an hour, they just like having their own butler, so...

A small door on a frame on a stand; can be placed proximate to the sofa or la-z-boy chair. Cat meows, open the door, cat walks through, close the door. Rinse and repeat without all the pointless running repeatedly to the real door.

FlyingToaster, Jul 02 2008


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       Could the "door" be a piece of metal, sliding in vertical runners ? That would be good .... pull string to open door ...... release string to close ....... SwooooshhhTHUNK ....... [+]
8th of 7, Jul 02 2008
  

       heheh, I knew you'd sign on to one of these: yours can have a water spray in the doorknob. § x1
FlyingToaster, Jul 02 2008
  

       Perhaps some form of proximity sensor and an automatic opener?   

       Whichever you settle on, my cat will order one.
normzone, Jul 02 2008
  

       My cats would like a little mouse dangling on the other side of the door...+
xandram, Jul 02 2008
  

       // an automatic opener //   

       "Automatic Cat Opener", sweet......   

       // the other side //   

       <zen>   

       But which is the other side ?   

       </zen>   

       <sound of one door closing>
8th of 7, Jul 02 2008
  

       <wonders if 8th has a door>
po, Jul 02 2008
  


 

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