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I'm having a moan Cz my family n friends just don't understand how much pain I'm in today. I've just moved n have to cats. Sadly my housing ass have said I can't put a cat flap in the front door,which was k while I had to keep them in for the first week. But they've been able to go out now for the last 9 days. But in that time I've hardly slept Cz the cats keep wanting to out or in so I'm up openin n closing front door for them. Sadly I'm a light sleeper so can hear Ronnie n Reggie howling to come in or go out. So between the stress of moving n having no cat flap is I'm sure the reason for this latest flare up. My feet hurt to walk on along wiv the knees n my back n neck r so painful I can't get comfortable sat up or laying dwn. The fatigue is unreal. But I've pushed through n done my h/w n cooked breakfast for my son n grandaughter who stayed over last night. I have so much mre to do but seriously cba. I think wen my carer comes rnd I'll get him to do the things that need doing. As for the cats I got so dwn n distressed abwt the no cat flap crap I foned cats protection n cried dwn the fone n told em to re house my companions(cats) but now I've had enough n have told my carer to put in cat flap Cz I'm not loosing my cars n more importantly I need to get mre sleep. No doubt I will face the wrath of my housing officer but tbh I gone past giving a Edited By Admin... RANT over

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  • Hi Hun, I too had this problem when I moved into a council house, mine is ground floor and it is safe to keep a window open I got round the problem by replacing my front door with my own with a cat flap and storing their door for if I move, its painted the same colour as the council door! My cats Maxi and Cookie keep me sane!

  • Put in the cat flap. If it's such a problem for your housing officer just say you'll replace the door when/if you move out. I rent privately and change all sorts of things that I'm not supposed to. As long as it's put back how it was when I move out I don't see a problem. Touch wood, so far there hasn't been one.

  • I think you done the tight thing just put a new door on when you move.Best wishes!! Peck.🐤

  • Hi Curvycaz

    I am so genuinely sorry to read that you are not feeling too well, and I sincerely hope that your pain starts to ease soon for you. I perosnally cannot see what is wrong with having a cat flap as long as you change it back again if you ever leave the property?

    I want to sincerely wish you all the best of luck, and please take care of yourself.

    All my hopes and dreams for you


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