I took Robbie for his vaccinations yesterday and was asked by the vet if he's on dry food. I told her that I give him both as his previous owners weaned him on dry only so he does have a fondness for it, but I prefer wet. She was quite disapproving and said he'd be better off on dry only, giving me a sample bag of Science Plan. Then she said he'll be okay to go out soon after his second injections (so at around 13 weeks old) and I told her he won't be going out for a while, if at all, as he's so so tiny and there are a lot of huge cats around here, plus I live on the second floor currently so want to wait til I move and he has a garden etc. Anyway, she said she can't understand why people have cats to keep them 'cooped up all day' with 'no stimulation', and said it's a cat's natural instinct to be outside. My kitten is perfectly stimulated, he has lots of toys and places to climb, scratch and hide and I am here most of the time to keep him occupied (not that he needs company!). It annoyed me because I just felt she had her mind so set on what she thinks or has been taught and was unhappy that I wasn't following the guidelines she gave me. Is this a common problem people face with vets/cats? Or am I wrong?! She was very good otherwise, gave him a thorough examination etc and said he looks very healthy.