What drove me to literally screening cat visits? Chewed freezer paper templates, chewed and swallowed, bad for cat tummies. Quilt pieces waiting to be sewn together disappear - who knows where to, chewed iron cords, scissor handles, thread spools and my favorite Grey Mouse pin cushion!...apparently all things quilty are Simon and Schuster's passion, too! My DH hinged this screen door, then attached it to the exterior door frame. This is my solution to much needed cat control. We also removed and stored the original door, which now allows full view of my flannel board that was positioned on the wall behind it. Air flow allows heat/fresh air to move, while the cats are out from under foot, off my chair (no more accidental squishing of the cat) and out of trouble that happens the moment my back is turned. This is a very good thing. Now I can leave my projects as they lay when I need to move on to other things for a bit. Thanks to Country Threads for this idea. They have a screen door in the machine quilting room, not sure it's to keep cats out cause those folks just love cats!