Grayson Martin has a problem. Every time she opens her refrigerator, her eight-month-old cat Trevor likes to jump inside. Now she wants to know how to get the cat to stop jumping into the refrigerator all the time.

One veterinarian suggested that the smell of food might be attracting the cat. Another person suggested offering the cat a higher place to hide besides the refrigerator. That way the cat will hide somewhere safer where it won’t get trapped in the refrigerator by mistake.

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