|Purred: Mon Jan 28, '13 9:08pm PST |
|You don't state the age of the kitten. If she's an older kitten, you can put up a baby gate across the bedroom door and across the storage room door so she can get in and out of those rooms freely.
Also sit and hold your kitten and show your toddler how to pet the kitty in a way the kitten likes. Get an interactive cat toy and show your toddler how to play with the kitten using the toy and let them have some play time together with the interactive toy with you supervising them. Young children should always be supervised by an adult when interacting with animals.
Your kitten simply may not have needed to use the litter pan the time you tried shutting her in your room all night. Often a cat sleeping on the bed with humans simply doesn't want to get up and leave its warm spot to go to the litter pan and will hold all night. Remember, in the storage room she was alone. Chances are if you shut your kitten in your bedroom by herself, she will use the litterpan in the bedroom if she has to.
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