Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind
OK, fine, closing the door is not an option (though I have a hard time imagining the cat living very long if it is darting in and out as you drive your car in and out and that is the only time the door is open) I vote the above advice is best.
I guess my garage is way different than most. No place for a cat to get in.
My garage works the same way
. As long as all doors are shut the cats can't get in. Basically, the one cat that does
try to sneak in, is really quick at sneaking right back out again if my husband glares at her (and he's the one who parks in the garage). They know they are not allowed in and will leave when a human comes along.
OP - it may be a losing battle, but I agree with making where you want them to be as comfortable as possible; repeatedly shoo them out of the garage and they may eventually get it. It may take much repetition and vigilance on your part, unfortunately.