I invented a new verb. Skippered. An alternative version of this new verb is "skippering", but that form is not as commonly used.
Here is what the verb means. Skippered - the act of Skipper the cat getting into something, usually human food.
Examples of use.
OH SHIT, the new loaf of bread I just bought got skippered. (past tense)
Hey you furry little bastard, don't you dare think about skippering that pizza!! (future)
Your food is getting skippered! (present)
Leave that food there unguarded, and it will get skippered!! (future)
I can no longer just leave a loaf of bread out. If I do, there is a good chance I will find the loaf on the floor, a small hole chewed through the bag, and some of the slices inside the bag molested.
I have taken to just tossing out the slices in question. To hell with it. Skipper has all his shots.
Also - I have learned to hide the Chinese take out in the oven. Little shit has not figured out how to open the oven yet.