Hi all, I'm hoping that some experienced folk out there can help us out. Our cat Bruce is currently under investigation for possible epilepsy (see: https://www.petforums.co.uk/threads/possible-epilepsy.531967/). He is normally an indoor/outdoor cat and is used to getting out whenever he feels like it. We don't have a cat flap, but since lockdown we are wfh, this has just meant that he stands at the door and lets us know when he wants out (much more often than he would have whilst we were at work). He sleeps inside at night and he never goes too far (just a few gardens either side), he also goes to the loo outdoors. Since his little turn the other night, we have been keeping him inside. To say that he is miserable is an understatement. He cries and sulks and looks thoroughly depressed. He has slipped through our legs into the garden a couple of times, but we have brought him straight back in. I think the reason that he is so annoyed is that, other than his little fit (?), he is completely fine. He is bored and can't understand why he is being punished. The vet has told us not to play any games that will overstimulate him, in case this triggers a seizure, so he isn't even being entertained. We normally play with him a lot, or he doesn't sleep at night. If it turns out that he is epileptic, there is a chance that we'll need to keep him inside forever. Does anyone have any experience transitioning an outdoor cat to an indoor life? Or do you have any tips for us?