Baby gates - stacked, sticky, etc?
Okay, I've seen so many mentions of using baby gates to keep cats in a certain area. How is this done, exactly?
I have a baby gate in my bathroom doorway. Paizly likes to pee on the rugs, even if there's a litter box in there...so I just keep her out. She has no back legs, so can't jump over it.
Nebbie must either be smart and realize it's there to keep her out, or either ditzy and just hasn't figured out she can jump over it! (had the gate up since before I adopted Nebbie)
My feral kittens, on the other hand, would PLAY on it! Use it as a jungle gym, a steeple-chase kind of obstacle course, or just perch on it to get a better vantage of either room (usually to watch ME pee LOL).
So how do you keep cats from simply jumping over into the area they're not supposed to be in? Stack 2 or 3 gates (then how do YOU pass the doorway), or sticky tape on the edge, or what?