I moved into my current home about three years ago, and for the longest time I was all but banned from going outside. Well, that's not strictly true. The reality is that the people would have to open the door for me to go out and come back in. Finally, they got bored of that -- though let me tell you, I got bored a lot sooner -- and they decided to put in a cat-flap.
When I say "put in a cat-flap", I really mean "have a cat-flap put in" because they are both so useless at DIY that I can only imagine what sort of disaster they would make of it.
I got very excited when I heard Man on the phone calling glaziers to get quotes for the job. And when I finally heard him book one in, I almost leapt for joy. (Of course, had I actually leapt for joy, I would have made sure they weren't around to see it. I'm not a circus monkey, for Christ's sake. Or worse, a dog.)
The glazier man came and he removed the bottom panel from the gorgeous uPVC back door. He then took the panel and the cat-flap with him to his van, which was parked outside, and this is where he did the cutting and fitted the unit. All very exciting. Then he brought it back in and commenced to replace the panel. Only to realize that the panel was not square and he had put the cat-flap in the wrong place. See the photograph below.
How can people be so dumb?! If we cats had opposable thumbs, idiots like that guy would be out of work.