You see you wouldn't need a moat if you just built a wall around the cat. I know a place with a great wall.
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Is that not what doors are for?
@Porkholio, that would keep the cat out, but I'm sure if the cat rubs up on the door with that cone on its head it makes quite a noise.
She's looking right at the doorknob..you aren't sleeping tonight either, unless it's with a wet pissed off kitty
@RhettandLink, "wet and wild hairy pussy"
Good idea until you wake up at 3am to use the bathroom
@Peng Win, no, problem, plenty of bed pans
Or you could just close the damn door. Unless that cat is Kitty Pryde that solves the problem without the bullshjt solution you cooked up, bro.
@YouJustLostTheGame, I thought that at first too, but they probably don't want the cat scratching the door all night.
@Ruupasya, It doesn't mention scratching, though. They said they made a moat to keep the cat out of their bedroom. Closing the door solves the problem without littering the floor with extraneous junk.
Cat: *one by one dumps bowls of water out*
okay time for plan B. MEOW!!!! MEOW!!!!
If that closed and locked door didn't so the trick I'm thinking the most won't be an issue
Yeah, but how do YOU get into the room.
Nah, put a strip of fly paper along the bottom, and barely secure it with cheap tape. Cat goes to scratch and gets a giant paper surprise.
I don't think the kettle is helping
How are they going to get out of their bedroom in the morning?
@theonetruepow3r, how did they get in there to begin with?