Why Do Cats Hate Closed Doors  - 5 Reasons 


1. Cats Are Too Curious To Not Know What’s Happening

For many cats, a closed door is a temptation that’s simply too great to resist. They need constant access to satisfy their curiosity!

2. They’re Territorial

One of their biggest driving instincts is the need to control and patrol the territory.

3. They’re Feeling Social

A closed door can not only mean they don’t have access to their favorite human friend, but even worse, they don’t know what you’re doing.

4. You And Your Cat Are A Team!

You and your cat are part of the same team, colony, clowder, or whatever you want to call it! That means you need to look out for each other!

5. They Like The Attention

You could think of it the same way a baby will drop things on the floor, seemingly just to watch them fall and for the fun of watching their parent pick it back up.