That's what my granddaughter Hope called it when Siren and Isadora were restricted to "their room".
Whenever there are a lot of people in the house or if the doors are opened and closed often it's safer for the cats to be contained. Siren is anxious about everything and Isadora brings a whole new meaning to curiosity.
During Hurricane Sandy they spent more time in there than usual since it was dark and there were generator cords everywhere.
Hope was concerned. They would paw at the door and cry to her. She sang to them and told them stories.
She would mumble as I passed - "this is the longest timeout ever!"
The screen door was originally installed when Siren came to us with all his wild aggressive behavior. It's a great way to keep animals restricted to an area while allowing them to feel part of the scene.