When we moved into this house we installed "kitty proof latches" on all of the lower kitchen cabinet doors except for the two doors directly under the kitchen sink. The cats were less inclined to open those doors and having latches on them is a little inconvenient. It didn't take Zoom long to discover that those doors were vulnerable. She'd pull them open and crawl over all the cleaning supplies and make her way to the very back of the cabinet to the left of the sink. I knew she was doing it, but since I only stored seasonal things and candles under there I decided to look the other way and let her enjoy her little hideaway.
Last week we were going out and the cabinet door under the kitchen sink was open. Reid decided to check on Zoom and that's when he called me, Way in the back of the cabinet was a huge hole with insulation pulled out.
All the cats were accounted for and we temporarily barricaded the cabinet doors to keep cats out while we were gone.
When we got home we got to work. I stuffed the insulation back into the wall and vacuumed up the mess.
Zoom watched with interest from her perch.