I think its too late for never. Shes 8 months and little. Shes waking me up at five am and running to the door with her feathers! Its a flat at forst she was happy with the mutual landing and got friends with the boys next door. They taught her how to use their flap.
Imagine outside catflap we have wroght iron fire stairs like the zig zag ones in nyc at he bottom is a car mechanics. So, shes been sitting just outside the door then got brave enough so she jumps from the exit onto the garage roofs until shes looking up at me from in the kitchen. I feel sick i dont know how she does it! Unfortunately she cant jump into the kitchen windiw its too high up.
So this mornng after 15 mins i put my head out and watch her runnung up and dow the zig zag fire stairs all the way to the bottom where the mechanics are and back up again. The gaps between each step is massive and its thick frost! She comes straight in when i ring the bell but how long will that last?
What do you guys think ive lost her to the bright lights of London havent I
So can she get back in herself? I don't know the answer to your question I'm afraid. Well, I know one answer, which is definitely don't let her out at night. Nighttime is much more dangerous than daytime - particularly for RTAs.
As for letting her out during the day, well I suppose it depends on exactly what is downstairs - is there a busy road for example? And whether or not she can get back in if she needs to.
She can get into the mutual hallway through a flap. Thats why i let her out when im in so my flat door is open. If in a couple of months i have to let go ill put a flap in it. The front of the flat has horrifc traffic but i cant say ive ever seen any cats around the front. Its hard. Shes proper exploring as well i was spying on her and she was sat on a shed watching the general goings on in the back of of the shops. I guess some cats just will be city cats? Definitely shes not going anywhere on a night.