We have these big heavy wooden doors on some of the closets that hang from runners above. That's all that holds them. Humans slide them, one goes behind the other but I can't slide them unless someone leaves a crack big enough for me to get my paws in. I learned a long time ago that if I sit beside a regular door, turn my paw upside down under the door and pull that sometimes I can open a door. Other doors I have to push with my head and shoulder. Other doors are a problem because they latch but I give them my best shot. From trial and error, I learned how to get in the closets with the big sliding doors. I start pulling on the one in front and I push on the one behind, this is done in the middle, the big banging noise is fun to make. As soon as there is a space big enough I wedge my head and shoulders in real fast, it hurts when they try to bang back together but I don't let that stop me. Once my head and shoulders are in, I just squeeze on in and I'm in the closet! I have to repeat the process to get out and sometimes that can be a problem because there is limited space in there. It makes a lot of noise and I only like to do it at night when it's dark...........that's when I get in trouble because it sounds like someone is breaking in and would wake the dead. If I get in without waking anyone, I sometimes take a nap or just snoop. Then, I try to get out and run so I can pretend I didn't have a thing to do with making that noise. To help me pass the time when I'm modeling I think of all the things I want to do and make plans, that helps me be still and hold the pose.