Hi all, new member so thank you for having me. We have a 6 month old adventurous kitten Luna who decided to launch himself out of an upstairs window chasing a fly. (When we got him from the breeder they thought it was a girl, as did we, thus the name Luna. Subsequent vet visit proved he is actually male, we just didn't change the name!) He has had surgery with pins to repair 2 x broken metacarpals in front left paw, and they also had to remove his 5th digit as it was so badly damaged in the fall. The surgery went well, but is now on strict cage rest for 8 weeks and has a lovely bright pink cast. We borrowed the dog crate (picture attached), and so far it has a litter tray (Which has been used for number 1&2) and a blanket he likes sleeping on. I have also purchased a couple of bowls which attach to the side for water and food, but am currently just giving him food and water at regular times. The vet said the cast can't get wet otherwise would be another vet visit. He is obviously uncomfortable currently given the surgery was only 2 days ago, and is still getting used to the collar. He is obviously dying to get out of the cage and crying at points. I have him in the lounge with the TV on the nature channel and a view out of a window for distractions during the day. Does anyone have any tips for keeping him occupied and not too distressed? At night I've been leaving him with a blanket partially covering the crate so he feels secure, and doesnt seem too upset yet. I've also ordered a feliway plug in to help calm him. We also have his brother Leo, who I can tell wants to play with him but isn't allowed. Will they still have the same bond at the end of the 8 weeks, as they arent playing at all or sleeping together now which they used to quite a lot. TLDR, looking for suggestions on how to stimulate kitten on cage rest, and any tips/advice to others who have had to go through the process? Thank you for reading and your help in advance.