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By no / Thursday 8 December 2016 14:37 / United States - New York
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By  liinkinparkfan97  |  34

If I lived that high up and wanted my windows open, I would at least put a screen up or something to keep my cats from jumping out the window. Hopefully your cat is okay OP, but I would consider getting something so you can have your windows open and keep your cat safe.

By  cacheson  |  38

Honestly, if you live on the fourth story, I wouldn't even think you should have windows open, unless you can do it without the possibility of your cat going through.

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By  mariri9206  |  32

What a catastrophe.

By  cacheson  |  38

Honestly, if you live on the fourth story, I wouldn't even think you should have windows open, unless you can do it without the possibility of your cat going through.

By  liinkinparkfan97  |  34

If I lived that high up and wanted my windows open, I would at least put a screen up or something to keep my cats from jumping out the window. Hopefully your cat is okay OP, but I would consider getting something so you can have your windows open and keep your cat safe.

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Not necessarily. cats have survived jumps as far as 6 stories. A short fall is actually worse than a bit longer one because they don't have time to rotate their bodies. I want to know! Crossing my fingers.

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