I recently moved into the top floor of a 5 story building and wish to get two kittens soon. During the day the flat gets warm and we open the Windows a lot, so I'm worried that it might fall out of one of them.
Bottom windows are opened as far as they normally go (can open wider, but that requires extra steps and is intended for cleaning only.
Top Windows open straight up, similar to the ones in the next image
No ledge, there's a drop straight down onto grass.
Bottom window does not open at all.
Roof continues at the same angle (about 45 degrees) for about 1 or 2 more meters as the flat below us has the same angle for their windows. (Shown in the next image)
The top window starts at roughly chest height for me as a somewhat tall adult (190 cm/ 6"2).
Different perspective for image 2.
Flat starts/ends at the red line, below that the roof continues to the next flat at the same angle of about 45 degrees
3 Windows don't open. (At the pillars) 4 Windows open like regular windows, (2 left and 2 right)
There's a small ledge/windowsill outside with a width of about 30cm, beyond that the roof is angled at about 45 degrees for about 1 or 2 meters, see previous photo for a better look.
Roof with windowsill
If it's not already safe, what can I do to make it so?
Perhapt it would be better to get them during a colder season where we don't open the window as much?