Originally Posted by farleyv
Maybe having a cat in hour household is not a good idea. If you have to lock doors to keep your animal safe, perhaps you need to reconsider. It seems that she has quite a few accidents. Cats are usually very sure footed. I hope she recovers and maybe you will put her welfare first and find her a safe place to live.
The OP has already stated that he is moving out of his family's house soon permenantly. When he decided that his family was not respecting Ally's safety, he decided to keep her in his room instead of letting her have roam of the house. His family, against his wishes, took Ally out of his room, at which point she got injured. That is why he has added the lock on his door for the time being. He recognizes that, even without his family, his house is not safe for cats - and has stated that his future accommodations will be more safe for her.
Also, from my understanding, the OP rescued this cat. He did not go searching for a cat while he was living in this situation. She was in bad condition and he nursed her back to health, coming here. I think the OP should be comended for his care of Ally, not criticized. Accidents can happen to anyone, even folks to take all measures possible to keep their pets safe.
I hope Ally is doing well this morning and on her way for a check-up at the vet's! I also hope you got a good night sleep tonight!