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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig 1965 View Post
    Oooh- Ruperts a foodie. I could always send Lillian over for a few days to bring him in check. There aren’t many who can put scoff Lillian.
    Ha ha I think Susan could maybe give Lillian a run for her money. She is quite relentless and has the size to prove it. At least Lillian looks bunny shaped - Susan looks square!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    Ha ha I think Susan could maybe give Lillian a run for her money. She is quite relentless and has the size to prove it. At least Lillian looks bunny shaped - Susan looks square!
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    Ohh he's so lovely

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    Yesterday I got in from work and Rupert had gone! I tried calling him (he does come to his name) but to no avail. I checked all his usual places, in the wood pile, on the dining chairs, in his litter box, in his bed, nothing. Then I noticed the stairs door open. Rupert was found fast asleep on my grandsons cot bed with Izzy cat!

    Fast forward ti 4.37am this morning - I could hear a very odd noise. Rupert had come upstairs again and was eating dried cat food! (email sent to the vet) Rupert shoo-ed downstairs. I went back to bed and fretted.

    I have no idea how he is opening the door, the door opens towards him and is up a step. The catflap is blocked off - all i can think is the cat is pushing it open and they are working together to open it.

    Think I should change this thread to be called "the naughtiness of Rupert" he certainly keeps me on my toes.

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    Oh Rupert you have made me laugh, thank you (well not the cat food bit) I now have an image of him and the cat working together to open the cat flap while you sleep sounds like they are pals now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    Yesterday I got in from work and Rupert had gone! I tried calling him (he does come to his name) but to no avail. I checked all his usual places, in the wood pile, on the dining chairs, in his litter box, in his bed, nothing. Then I noticed the stairs door open. Rupert was found fast asleep on my grandsons cot bed with Izzy cat!

    Fast forward ti 4.37am this morning - I could hear a very odd noise. Rupert had come upstairs again and was eating dried cat food! (email sent to the vet) Rupert shoo-ed downstairs. I went back to bed and fretted.

    I have no idea how he is opening the door, the door opens towards him and is up a step. The catflap is blocked off - all i can think is the cat is pushing it open and they are working together to open it.

    Think I should change this thread to be called "the naughtiness of Rupert" he certainly keeps me on my toes.
    My bridge bunny, Boots, always used to make a beeline for the dried cat food it never seemed to affect him but I kept it out of the way when he was free ranging. My cat is terrified of rabbits though

    You might need a hook on the door

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    Oh you have to find out how he/they is/are managing it

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    Does Rupert come with a free bottle of Valium?
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    I have been out into the garden and found an old baby gate, maybe that will be the way forward with the stairs door - I have no idea how he could physically pull the door - it is impossible for him. It must be a combination of the cat pushing and then Rupert moving the door with his head.

    Yes I could do with a bottle of Valium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    I have been out into the garden and found an old baby gate, maybe that will be the way forward with the stairs door - I have no idea how he could physically pull the door - it is impossible for him. It must be a combination of the cat pushing and then Rupert moving the door with his head.

    Yes I could do with a bottle of Valium.
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