The bedroom is the most inconvenient room to do without. Clothes stashed in other rooms, a sleeping space that has to be 'put away' every morning, and possible problems with light and noise. Do that room first, so they have a retreat from the craziness while the rest of the house is being worked on.
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You could turn that into a vertical garden very easily with windowbox planters turned on their sides.
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I had an upstairs apartment and a cat who loved to claw holes in window screens, and I came up with a solution using what I could get a hold of cheaply, but maybe it will help. I used trellis wire (aka chicken wire). Cut it so that it will cover the outside of the window, with about a two or three inch overhang. This overhang will help you secure the wire grid inside your window. Bend the wire so that you have a basic box shape that will fit tightly inside your window frame. Your cat will push on it and lay against it, so make sure it's not going to give. Then get a heavy duty stapler and use it to secure the wire grid to the inside of your window frame. I hope that makes sense.
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