Hello lovely people, First off I want to say thank you to everyone who has ever replied and helped me with queries on here. You are honestly wonderfully knowledgeable people whose advice has helped me no end. I am currently not feeling great and am feeling like a very bad cat parent. My anxiety is at a high again and I’m feeling incredibly overwhelmed, not just by COVID, but by my two lovely cats. A little bit about me: I am 28, live with my other half and his son (who is 11). We have two beautiful cats Luna & Nova who are almost 2 years old. I got the cats because I was feeling like something was missing from our family, they are my first cats ever. Up until the start of April this year, everything had been wonderful with the cats, they were loving, cuddly, fun, playful and everything I had hoped my two little companions would be. At the start of April they had a falling out (there is a long thread on here detailing the journey of that) and it was an emotional rollercoaster. Overnight, my two loving babies hated each other. I was crushed. It has been a very long almost 2 months of trying to get their relationship back on track, and for the most part, they seem to tolerate one another. They will sleep together on the same bed during the night, and only occasionally swipe at one another. This is major progress compared to early April. I thought life would get back on track, however they have now developed upset stomachs (again I have been getting advice on another thread regarding this). So now I am having to try and get this under control. I am just feeling incredibly overwhelmed by all of this, and it is impacting on my daily life. I feel like I haven't been able to relax since March, I walk on eggshells to make sure I don't upset them, my sleep is completely disrupted and I wake up every morning worrying about them, I have very little appetite, feel anxious all the time and worried about them constantly. - I'm worried that this bout of stomach issues, will lead to them becoming upset with one another again. - I'm worried I will have to take them to the vet and leave them there without me, which will probably cause them to fight again. - I'm worried that they are becoming stressed and unhappy which is why they started fighting one another and why they have upset stomachs (I know it probably isn't but I can't help but worry). They are indoor cats, with access to our cat proofed garden. They eat good quality food and treats, have the best cat litter (worlds best), two litter trays, countless toys, a cat tree, wall perch, access to all of the rooms in the house, endless cuddles and fuss and a happy home. I just cant help but feel like I am failing them. I've had multiple breakdowns to my partner where I have considered finding them a new home with someone who can make them happy because I just feel like I am a terrible cat guardian. I'm sorry for the long post, but I don't have anyone in my life who has cats so I just don't know who else to speak to. Has anyone else felt like a terrible cat parent? Have any of you ever thought your cats would be happier somewhere else? Thank you if you took the time to read my ramblings.