Hello. Earlier today (4 hours ago) I adopted a very cute kitten. When I went to pick the kitten up, I was hoping to find a kitten born on March 6th... Imagine my surprise when I discovered that the baby had been born on March 22nd. The vet from the shop I picked her up weighted my kitten up at 720grams. She sent us home with some food and I bought the same litter that she had been using. Thing is - I live in a small apartment (bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen). Only the doors to the bathroom and bedroom close and lock. I have been keeping the kitten in the bathroom since my bedroom has no floor right now - it was supposed to be installed today but now it seems it’ll only be ready on Thursday. All the things that used to be in my room are now in piles all over the kitchen and living room floor. I don’t want the kitten to stay in any of these rooms because I’m afraid that she’ll get hurt or lost. I have let her out on the living room for a bit but she promptly found a narrow place to slide into and then after a few minutes started meowing loudly. I lured her back out with a collar that is way too big for her and that I have been using as a toy. I put her back into the bathroom but whenever I leave it takes 5 minutes for her to start meowing. I tried to keep her close to my body in the living room but she wasn’t much of a fan, which I understand. Is it okay to leave her alone in the bathroom for me to sleep or is that too cruel? Will she be too lonely, will she grow to dislike me? I could maybe go stay at my grandma’s old place (no piles of things on the floor) but there’s no drinking water there and I’m not sure if some windows there can actually stay closed. I’m pretty upset by this situation as I wanted to get my kitten home to a place that she could explore safely but it turned out like this. What should I do?