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Stray Cat Visits Stranger's Home Daily By Entering Door Code


Stray Cat Visits Stranger's Home Daily By Entering Door Code

Cats are great - they're independent, they do what they want and they don't care who knows it. Like this stray cat in South Korea, which regularly enters a person's home in by entering the door code to unlock it. Watch below:


According to the homeowner, the cat will get into their house using the code up to 20 times a day and even bullies their dog, Thor. How very apt.

They've also claimed that the casing and protective sheet that cover the door locking system have been clawed at by some offending paws.


Luckily, for everyone (apart from Thor), the family seem OK with it all, and will welcome the kitty in for a brush and a play. Absolute angels.

Look at that. Credit: YouTube/SBS TV
Look at that. Credit: YouTube/SBS TV

The family said: "He does that thing [unlocking the door]... like 20 times per day at the most. Whenever he's awake, night and day."

They added: "When he's here, he won't have to wake up when people are passing by. Just wanted to let him relax here, that's all."


They will then find the cat outside their building sharpening his claws on whatever he can find.

But how does he get outside, you wonder?

Well, he knows how to do that using the key pad as well. Clever little fella.

Of course, if the family really wanted to, they could make a cat repellent just like Craig Turner did when he was trying to stop cats from peeing on his front door.


Using night vision cameras, various cats were spotted creeping into Craig's yard, only to be caught by the motion sensor which then set off an explosion of confetti, often causing the terrified cat to launch into the air in fright.

However, after his set-up effectively woke up the entire neighbourhood each time it went off, he went back to the drawing board, where he created an even more effective 'cat-repellent'.

Craig explained in a video how the motion detector was connected to two infra-red video cameras, a SLR camera and a flash, capturing the exact moment the cats are sprayed with water.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/SBS TV

Topics: Community, Animals

Rebecca Shepherd
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