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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-09-2006, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Lucky has learned a new trick...

the little stinker. LOL!!

Yesterday morning, as the kids were getting ready for school, Lucky jumped up and hit the light switch with his paws. We all laughed and thought it was a fluke...until this morning, when he did it not once, but twice. Now, if only I could train him to do it at certain times.....

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Cute! That's cool!
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Sounds like Tink, she can open doors. We call her "the raptor" because of the raptors in Jurassic Park that are too smart for their own good.

Looks like we have another one on this board.
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Sounds like Tink, she can open doors. We call her "the raptor" because of the raptors in Jurassic Park that are too smart for their own good.

Looks like we have another one on this board.
And that's what I'm worried about...Leading out to our garage we have a regular door and right behind that, we have a screen door. Sometimes, when we want to get a breeze going in the living room, we'll open our sliding glass door, then the door to the garage...BUT we leave the screen door closed. To open it, all you have to do is press on the latch and it's really sensitive. I can just see Lucky doing that and getting out...

So far he hasn't tried it...whew!!

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Sounds like Tink, she can open doors. We call her "the raptor" because of the raptors in Jurassic Park that are too smart for their own good.

Looks like we have another one on this board.
And that's what I'm worried about...Leading out to our garage we have a regular door and right behind that, we have a screen door. Sometimes, when we want to get a breeze going in the living room, we'll open our sliding glass door, then the door to the garage...BUT we leave the screen door closed. To open it, all you have to do is press on the latch and it's really sensitive. I can just see Lucky doing that and getting out...

So far he hasn't tried it...whew!!
My mom has a sliding screen door at her house and I stayed there for a few months when Erik was at Army training...and Tink used to open it ALL THE TIME and go explore, it scared me so bad. My brother found a pole to shove between the doors and then my mom got the lock fixed. Good luck with that, I would look into a very good lock.
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-12-2006, 04:23 PM
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If you could be close by when he does it, the clicker training with a treat might teach him to do it when you 'click'----when you want him to do it at a certain time?


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watch out for that screen door.. Teagan open and closes doors all the time.. darn cat...
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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-12-2006, 11:43 PM
 
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lol. I've heard of one who would flip the light on when its people were asleep, then attack their feet when they got up to turn it off and run away.
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