How do you keep your indoor cat indoors?
Yep, another cat-related question from me.
My cat was originally going to be an indoor cat, but she got out once and it was all downhill from there. She started hiding around the corner from the door so I wouldn't see her then bolt out when I didn't close the door right away. Then she started waiting on the counter and jumping onto my shoulder then out the door. She's even hidden up in the rafters of the screened-in porch to jump out clear over my head when the door opens.
I eventually gave up and just let her out in the mornings. It wasn't a problem because I basically live in the middle of nowhere so there isn't much traffic, and she's able to handle herself with other animals.
Now I'm moving to Philly and I don't think it'll be safe for her to wander the streets. How do I make sure she stays indoors when I know she'll be working on tricks to get out?