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Kitty free bedroom

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fackinell Sat 16-Aug-14 20:19:42

Gutted to be putting my little balls of fluff out of the bedroom but just home from hospital after an asthma attack and it reluctantly has to be done. One has also started to spray in there and it's just not working. The house is split in two by a door so they will have access to living room, kitchen, hall, garage and outside. I know this is more than enough but we all have our bed spots and I feel so bade hat they won't be in them any more. Little cat will come under the covers for a morning cuddle too sad

Anyone done this and if so what did you do? I'm putting their favourite blanket from our bed on the sofa tonight and have cleaned thoroughly. I hate shutting them out but I can't risk my health.

Hoppinggreen Sat 16-Aug-14 20:51:11

My DD has asthma and a mild cat allergy. We shut the bedroom doors during the day and then at night we shut the cats in the ( large) kitchen with access to the cat flap.
They seem happy

fackinell Sat 16-Aug-14 21:07:15

I'm sure they will be, Hopping. I just feel bad. I plan to do he same with our bedroom and keep it closed off. Does this help your DD or has she never known it any different?

fackinell Sat 16-Aug-14 22:44:36

Hopping, all I can think about now is that your DD is allergic to mild cats grin

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