We knew it was only a matter of time before Bug out-smarted us.
Today she really wanted what Paul was eating . . . . in the kitchen. So, she hopped to a chair and considered her options. Then, she flew under the curtain that we use to separate the kitchen from the dining room.
It's a good thing she's cute. Unfortunately, that's not going to help her as she gives us imploring looks from inside the cage whenever anyone is cooking anything and, with four adults in the house, that can be often.
We haven't been all that careful about putting Bug into her cage when folks do little things in the kitchen, like make tea, as long as someone is watching Bug. Guess that's gotta' change. (BTW- there's always someone watching Bug or she is in her cage.)
On another note, we discovered that the only thing necessary to make this basket interesting (It's been ignored for well over a month.) is to put hundreds of little hole-punch holes in it. Suddenly, not only are the holes interesting, it's got all these cool colorful dangly things (shh - they were there before).