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Where did your kittens sleep?

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missladybird Thu 09-Nov-17 22:23:32

Is it cruel to leave a 9 week old kitten downstairs so that we don't get woken up by her or will she feel abandoned?

TheQueenOfWands Thu 09-Nov-17 22:24:52

Kittens sleep down the front of your pyjama top.

Dems de rulez.

redcaryellowcar Thu 09-Nov-17 22:30:49

My last kittens slept curled up on my pillow. They were sisters and beautiful.

NeopreneMermaid Thu 09-Nov-17 22:33:35

My two sleep on the sofa downstairs. They're not allowed in bedrooms.

hopeful31yrs Thu 09-Nov-17 22:34:37

grin yep. On top of you somewhere

CrabappleCake Thu 09-Nov-17 22:34:51

Downstairs, but there was two of them.

Doesn't seem to have damaged them unduly.

GrabbyMcGrabby Thu 09-Nov-17 22:38:24

Mine sleeps in kitchen too overnight, but he gets lots of love and cuddles throughout the day. Mine is 9 weeks old too. I think they sleep 20 hours out of 24 at this age. Depends. Does your kitty seem distressed? Mine is ok with arrangement.

cozietoesie Thu 09-Nov-17 22:45:22

In bed with me. smile

AlexaAmbidextra Thu 09-Nov-17 22:45:51

Oh need you ask? Snuggled up with me of course. Every one of 'em for the past 45 years. grin

Sentimentallentil Thu 09-Nov-17 23:07:59

In my bed.

Katanna Thu 09-Nov-17 23:09:58

Mine have all slept with me and dp or the dcs

nightshade Thu 09-Nov-17 23:14:22

Do they not pee and poo on you?

I have a cat 2 yes when 5 months and already litter trained...and a stupid dog...

Would love a kitten but only experience of dealing with puppies..

caoraich Thu 09-Nov-17 23:14:27

We managed one night of trapping them downstairs when the first kittens came home. They cried all night.

From then on all cats have slept on cushions at the end of the bed - luckily I'm a shortarse!

GardenGeek Thu 09-Nov-17 23:15:05

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kirinm Thu 09-Nov-17 23:18:25

She’s far from a kitten (she’s nearly 10) but she likes to be close and always has been.

Oops4 Thu 09-Nov-17 23:24:33

When ours were kittens we foolsihly decided our bedroom was the safest place for them to sleep. It probably would have been had they actually slept but instead they woke up into manic night time fiends! We have a brother and a sister, they were up blinds, in wardrobes, digging to Australia in the litter tray, wrestling on on our pillows, biting feet etc etc etc . I honestly got more sleep with my new borns! Any future kittens will be shut in the furthest away room from ours! (Saying that they do get sleep very nicely snuggled up on our bed 😊)

nightshade Thu 09-Nov-17 23:27:15

Will they go downstairs to a litter tray at that age garden geek?

Justbookedasummmerholiday Thu 09-Nov-17 23:30:09

Dcat 1 on top bunk with dd 1 and dcat 2 on the bottom bunk with dd 2.
Still do 5 years later!
That's wot bedz is 4!!

cozietoesie Fri 10-Nov-17 00:36:49

They haven’t in my own experience, nightshade. If they’re caught short, they just get out of bed, use their tray and come back to bed.

missladybird Fri 10-Nov-17 06:33:26

I'm worried I'll roll over and squash her if she sleeps with me but I don't think I'll be able to sleep knowing she's alone downstairs. I pick her up later, so excited I've woken up at 6.30 on my day off!

Papergirl1968 Fri 10-Nov-17 08:47:45

Dcat slept downstairs for the first night or possibly two nights when he arrived as a 12 week old kitten. Then I took him to bed with the full intention of bringing him down when I’d finished reading. It didn’t happen...‭
I worried about squashing but you’re kind of aware they’re there.
Pics please!

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 10-Nov-17 09:25:53

Ours slept locked in the kitchen with a dog bed & all things he needed provided.

He was 17 weeks though when we got him. He did cry the first night.

Marcine Fri 10-Nov-17 09:47:34

At 9 weeks mine slept in a cardboard box in the kitchen - she cried the first night then was fine. From 12 weeks she slept on one of those radiator hammock beds.

cozietoesie Fri 10-Nov-17 10:11:02

I’ve not squashed one yet. (And I’m a restless sleeper.) I think that it’s as Papergirl said. Your brain is aware that they’re there even in the deepest slumber. smile

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