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    Ladies im in need of some more advice. My grandmother is sick and i need to visit home. It is over 2 hours away and i will most likely stay over night (driving is so tiring being pregnant atm) plus i want to see my family and friends. Im wondering if any of you have left your kittens home alone over night and they have been ok? Is two nights too long if i get a neighbour to drop in on the second night and feed her? What do you think?

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    If there's no other option, it should be ok.

    I would be fencing off a smaller area of the house - so her litter and food are still separate and she has space, but not so much that she gets scared and lost.

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    I personally havent and have to many to do so. But as long as she has heaps of water and food i dont see why itd be a bad thing. Just make sure she is in a cool room of the house and id probably give her an extra tray or two as well.


 

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