Sorry for leaving a comment on another post, asking how to post my own earlier. The pencil icon wasn't showing up at first, so I thought there maybe a different way of posting a new topic here than in other communities.
Anyway, we're in the process of selling our house. So, in order to keep it clean, since our cats both have diabetes and have been peeing everywhere, my 'mama' has locked them in the laundry room! She goes down regularly to feed them, give them their medicine and freshen their water, but because the room is small, their litters are right beside their food dishes, they don't have much room to walk around, ext. ... She keeps promising she'll let them up on weekends but never does :( I think, it's really cruel of her to be doing what she's doing. They're getting up there in age(ten and thirteen) and, by doing this, I feel, like she's dwindling their quality of life by not allowing them to see the light of day *sigh* I've tried going down to rescue them, but my 'nana' lives downstairs and, since she feels the same way as my 'mama' about keeping the house spotless, would most definitely "tattle" on me. I can't risk what she'd do, if she found out I'd brought them back upstairs, either, as I've already been taken away by the cops(I called them once, while my 'nana' was slapping me around, thinking they would take her away, but they took me instead) HELP! What can I possibly do that I haven't done already??