|Purred: Fri Dec 27, '13 5:07pm PST |
|Maybe isntead of a dog crate, you can put the cat in the bathroom with the litter bod, food, water, and toys? Bathrooms are easy to clean if a mess occrs. Of course, you do want to cat-proof the bathroom: keep the toilet lid down, put all household cleaners, personal cleaning products, etc in a closet, make sure there are no electrical cords left out (hair dryer, curling iron, etc). If the bathroom has no window, plug in a nightlight and turn it on. When Human got Leroy, she kept him in the bathroom whenever she wasn't home and at night so he wouldn't gt in trouble. After a couple of weeks, Leroy didn't need to stay in the bathroom.
Or you could get a cat playpen like this one Cats like to have multiple levels to climb and sit on.
It's normal to be worried about a kitten getting into mischief when you're not around Try to make your house as cat-proof as possible. Human's place is not just cat-proof, it's Leroy-proof Leroy isn't very smart
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