No and yes.Also is it safe for the kitten to sleep on DD's bed or could it get squashed accidentally?
The latter happened to me when I was 9. Took the kitten into the room, left it on the floor in its little bed.
I woke up the following morning and the kitten was underneath me.
Took me a long while to get over it.
So, for safety, worming and other parasitic reasons, animals do not sleep with my kids.
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10-07-2014 00:18 #23
Oh I'm well and surely over it now, Aquarius.
But I do have a vivid memory of what happened and my reaction to it.
Not healthy for a young child. Would not want any of my kids to go through it.
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