10-06-2012, 03:50 PM
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Perth and Kinross, Scotland
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If she is happy being left in the bathroom, I really wouldn't worry about that. So long as she has access to water and isn't going to hurt herself or eat anything harmful, there's no reason she shouldn't be in there.
If you want to try leaving her in another room as well, I would wait till she is really comfortable being left in the bathroom alone, and then try leaving the bathroom door open but all other doors closed (so, depending on how your house is laid out, I would guess she would start off with access to the bathroom and a hall), and try leaving her for a very short amount of time, gradually increasing the length of time if she is comfortable.
I'm glad you've got her to be quiet and calm while you're out, that's the most important thing!