Have you ever closed your bedroom door for some peace and quiet to only have a flood of meows follow you?
Or have you, with the best of intentions, closed a door on your cat to help give them some privacy or keep them safe? What happened next? Frantic scratching and meowing?
Cats hate closed doors. They can't stand them! And, here are 3 reasons why.
1. They are Social Creatures
Cats, like humans, enjoy your company and they love getting attention from you or just hanging out with you. And, who are we to deny them of these purrfect cuddles?
2. They are Curious
Cats can’t help themselves, they simply must know what is going on in there. Enter the scratching and meowing! In other words, cats and closed doors equal one big challenge for your kitty to overcome.
3. They are Territorial
Closing a door prevents your cat from accessing all parts of its own territory which is something that territorial creatures hate! As far as they are concerned the house is theirs, not yours. Cats, right?!
So, how the meow do you keep your cat and create boundaries?
Cats are funny creatures. On the one side, they constantly need reassuring and attention. On the other, our thoughts are with you for when they're in a mood and need some peace and quiet!
You may note that your cat becomes particularly moody when there's extra stimulation happening around the home. You know, curious toddlers running after their tails... doggos sniffing around the litter box... normal furmily stuff.
Or perhaps your cat just doesn't understand that a rested hooman is a happy hooman. We all know how cats can't resist clawing at our doors during the early hours of the morning! And who wants to be getting up at 3am to open doors around the house, huh?
A happy furmily can be achieved...without non-stop meowing! It just comes down to a little secret weapon… The Door Buddy.
The Door Buddy allows you to give your cat their space while keeping doggos and toddlers out. Cats can enter freely into rooms without being afraid of getting any intruders.
You can also use The Door Buddy to give yourself some sanity too. If the issue isn't the dog or toddler, just a curious cat, we hear you. A good night's sleep is paw-sible!
Just stick on a Door Buddy and rest easy knowing that your cat can come and go as they please. No meows and no interrupted sleep!
Give your cat back their space with The Door Buddy
The Door Buddy is an adjustable door strap that’s been designed to let cats into rooms easily while keeping dogs and babies out.
Not only does this give your cat back their privacy, but it also allows us furparents to enter and exit rooms easily too. No more fiddling with buttons or climbing over the gate, and no more destructive pet proofing solutions. The Door Buddy installs in seconds and without any tools.
This works purrrfectly if you’re keeping your litter box and cat food in a separate room in an effort to keep nosy unwanted visitors out. Kitty candy stealers beware!
Are you even a pet owner if you hadn’t wished you pet proofed your home sooner?
Because we have. Countless times! Especially when you throw a crawling baby into the mix. We’re talking Kity Roca everywhere and cat food disasters every day. Poor Mr. Ralphy, he had no idea what was in store for him when we brought our sweet baby girl home.
So, why didn’t we pet-proof our home the moment we knew we were going to be expanding our furmily? Well, because of probably the exact same reason you haven’t - it’s hard and expensive!
Have you ever tried maneuvering through a baby gate at 2 am or with an arm full of laundry? Not fun. Then there’s the cat door. When you’re renting or simply have a love for your home, cutting a hole into the door just doesn’t seem like a viable option.
The Door Buddy is proudly made in the USA and has been designed by furparents. So, when we say we know how you feel, we really know how you feel!
Our store includes our adjustable door strap as well as our combo set. In the combo, you can enjoy the added safety of our foam door stopper. This keeps tails and fingers safe and prevents your cat from getting locked in or out of the room. A must for worried parents!