I'm obviously in the minority but as soon as I found out I was pregnant with my eldest, I had my cat rehomed.
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I just started shutting my bedroom door at night when I was about 8months pregnant so they got used to not being allowed in.
They are locked out of bedroom at night but are allowed in during the day and if I'm awake in the same room (baby sleeps downstairs during the day).
And when asleep, she was shut out of the room, still is.
Although Hazel (the cat) has been known to sleep in the moses basket when vacant, she has never tried to climb in it when occupied.
I also found one asleep in the moses basket once when we forgot to close the door but dd wasn't in it.
Think they soon get used to where they can and can't go.She has slept in the cot a few times but doesn't even try this any more.DS sleeps with the door shut, so she can't get near him when he is in the cot. DS doesn' t poke Hazel's eyes out and Hazel doesn't flay DS.They even get close and have a stroke occasionally.We've never had any equipment to stop Hazel getting in the moses basket or cot.I can't remember how much I paid but it was under 10. I bought a cat net but it is still in it's packaging nad dd is now 2 1/2 just never seemed to need it.