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At what age?

Jenna FawcettJenna Fawcett RiverviewMember Posts: 16
edited 27 August, 2012 in Kitten Corner
I just got an 8 week old kitten and I keep her in a spare bedroom now with litter food etc At what point is she safe to roam the house with no one home?


  • Renee RyzRenee Ryz Member Posts: 2,164
    edited 27 August, 2012
    I would let her roam while you are there first. Make sure that when you do leave, that you have kitten-proofed the house. Until she gets a little bigger, I would keep her in her room while you are gone. You would be suprised the trouble they can get into!
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