I got my Cornish Rex kitten about a month ago. I have wanted a cat for years, and this quarantine time gave me the opportunity to bond for a couple of weeks, and then I'd be back in the office. I explained my life situation to the breeder - I live on my own and I am away from home for about 10 hours a day for work. She assured me he would be happy in my home. I know I screwed up... I didn't do enough research on the breed before getting him, and I now know that the Cornish Rex does not like to be alone, and is a very needy breed. I was hasty because I was trying to get him before lockdown, and I take full responsibility for that. Fast forward a month, and he is a perfect kitty - he has never had a toilet accident, he can stay, come, catch, and fetch. He can navigate around a wine glass on the arm of the sofa like a champ. Basically, I love him. BUT he is starting to show signs of boredom despite 3 climbing places (one 10 feet high!), lots of toys, I play with him actively for at least an hour a day, he sleeps on me for at least another 2 hours... he is a spoiled boy, but he is bored, and I am beyond worried about going back to work. I do not want another cat as my flat is small, and there isn't room for a 2nd litter box as the internet says is necessary (I have done extensive research on options!). I want to know... does anyone out there have a happy well-adjusted only male Cornish Rex? Can mine be happy too?!