When Can You Let A Kitten Roam The House?

I guess you can let him roam the house when he is fully grown, so if it’s only 6 months old you need to keep him tethered. Otherwise, a well-installed kitten-proofed cat enclosure will provide sufficient protection for your kitty until he matures and becomes acclimated in his new home.

Staying Safe While Your Kitten Grows Up

Owning a pet isn’t always easy. But it doesn’t have to be hard on your wallet or any other part of your life. You don’t have to take care of an animal all day every day — that’s what I do! In fact, most people spend less time with their pets than they realize because many animals are well taken care of at home by their owners without ever having been left alone outside the cage/enclosure entirely unattended for more than 15 minutes at a time (unless they’re being walked). That leaves plenty of time for fun activities like watching TV or reading books while keeping pets safe from harm…or boredom…depending on how long you’ve had them!