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Jim Ven
Jim Venabout a year ago

thanks for the article.

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Fi T.
Past Member 2 years ago

This is the true relationship of different living lives, including the human; please work it out

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Carrie-Anne Brown

haha thanks for sharing :)

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Barbara S.
Barbara S.3 years ago

I had two cats back in the 1970s who used to BREAK-IN to our bedroom during the day… I caught them one morning. (They thought I'd already left for work.) One cat was swinging side-to-side, hanging onto the doorknob, and when the latch clicked, the heavier cat used his shoulder to push in the door. They learn, folks, and if they procreate, they pass this knowledge onto their kittens via thought osmosis… I'm sure of it!/Users/barbarasnowberger/Desktop/icon_rolleyes.gif

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Manuela C.
Manuela C3 years ago

Clever!

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Karen R.
Karen Ryan3 years ago

Patience and persistence pay off. I wonder if the cat tree got moved after the owner watched this video.

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Betty Kelly
Betty Kelly3 years ago

Kitty does all the figuring & work with encouragement from the dog. Friends in crime! I enjoyed the video.

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Christine Stewart

The cat is the brains in this operation, but the dog is sure darn cute, waiting for the door to open!

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Sonia Minwer Barakat Requ
Sonia M3 years ago

Great team!Funny video,thanks for sharing

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greenplanet e.
greenplanet e3 years ago

lol!

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