Three Cats VS. Washing Machine - YOU Pick The Winner!
Need a little advice. We very recently became the proud owners of a set of front loading laundry washing/drying machines. We live in a small condo with a very narrow closet available as our only home for the machines.
I'm told by friends, relatives, neighbors, teh internets, etc. that we should leave the door to the washer open after each wash, due to the moisture that stays inside after a wash. As you might imagine, our washer is on the bottom of the stack in the very narrow closet, meaning the cats could/would jump right in, given the option.
The laundry units are too big to close the closet (we opted for taking the door off and hanging a sound/light cancelling set of curtains instead), so the only option is to close to the washing machine unit right after every use or to have the cats climb in while it's still wet every time.
Which is worse?