I would like to prevent Cindy from hiding under beds. She does have plenty of other hidey holes to disappear into, I just really don't want her under the beds for a variety of reasons, the main one being that when she gets under a bed she stays there and broods and gets even more nervous. If she's out with us, or at least in a reasonably accessible hidey hole, she recovers from her anxiety much faster. Any suggestions? Everything we've tried leaves enough of an opening that she can squeeze into.
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11/30/12 at 11:00am