How to handle this letting kitten out my room situation?(please help!!!)?

Question by yrez: How to handle this letting kitten out my room situation?(please help!!!)?
i have a 4 month kitten for about a month now.i have to keep her in my bedroom because my moms is scared of kittens.my mom has a phobia of animals.scared of all of them,even my turtle.only thing my mom aint afraid of is fish.my kitten is happy though,she plays around often,has a lot of toys to play with,jumps on my dresser,bed,computer etc.
My kitten nevers tries to run out the room.even if i leave the door wide open she wont try to run out or meow or anything.she would just sit there.my mom said i can let her out to play in the living room in the evening from 7pm till whateva time i go 2 bed.my mom dont come in the living room at that time,
my question is how do i handle this situation?if i let her out that time every evening will she try to run out the room everytime i open the door?how do i handle this
she would get a good amount of time to play cuz i go 2 bed late around 11-12pm and i even go 2 bed later on weekends.only thing is that my kitten is real hyper in the early morning and the night.
i only had her a month.should i give it a lil more time before i do this

Best answer:

Answer by Corn is not dog food! No wheat!
Don’t let her walk out on her own.

Carry her to the living room.

Still, she might wise up and start running for freedom, but at least you tried.

What do you think? Answer below!




One Response to “How to handle this letting kitten out my room situation?(please help!!!)?”

  1. Hand Sanitizer. says:

    Hmm, a month. That’s quite some time. I think she would be ok. I’ve had my kitten for less than a week and she’s allowed to roam the house. But when I put her in my room at night to sleep she’ll stay in there. But I usually have the door closed so… If you have your kitten trained (like telling her NO and she listens) then you should be fine.


Powered by Yahoo! Answers