Apr 06, 2013 - 7:23 pm
When Marcia and I went to the chemo class, one of the things brought up was pets. With a cat, they said we could interact, play, pet, cuddle etc., no problem. They also said not to allow them to sleep in the bed with us. Socrates sleeps with Marcia and occasionally will sleep at my feet.
As I sit here typing with the boy all curled up on my legs, purring and extremely happy we're here for the weekend, I'm feeling guilty having to close the bedroom door and keep him out when we sleep (well.. YOU stand there and look at that pitiful face when I'm closing the door!).
I've looked a bit around on the web and haven't found anything that substanciates keeping them off the bed. If we can play, cuddle etc with them, then why kick them out at night? I know the obvious issues with litter and such.... but but but but :( Marcia is changing that and doing the raw meat feedings (he eats a raw chicken diet with an open supply of high protein kitten food). Anyone have some info?