That is a very mild response to the sight of Twirly's bedroom this morning. she has a small single bedroom and turns it to chaos at the drop of a hat. Because of her medical needs leaving her to it is not an option. We are hoping to move house soon, with the intention of her having a much larger room , with some living space. We will make sure that there is good storage, if necessary custom made ( large cavernous wardrobes would just be stuffed to the gunnels) Do you think there is a cat in anywhere's chance that she will manage a bit better, or would I be wiser just to accept the inevitable and keep it tidy myself?
Mum to three homegrown adult sons and three adopted daughters (27), (26), & (18)
I'm with Shadette and Twirly, I am so untidy, (though clean ) I would love one of those fancy custom made wardrobes you see on TV adverts, or a walk in dressing room, but I expect it would end up in chaos after a week. Some of us just can't help it.
Mum to the 'hansom' Simba, age 19 and 40 now retired teddy bears and FC to Special K, age 12
I moved ds2 into a larger room ( I could not believe what came out of his small box room) with that too is complete chaos. even his carer realises it is a losing battle.he does not like anyone going in there and causes him real stress.
Single mum to a mixture of BC and AC all young adults.