Living with pokemon
- Wires are given a coat made out of the same stuff that is in repel (processed gloom/vileplume pollen, skuntank spray, etc). This is to keep away chewers (and rotom)
- Dining rooms are often built with big open doors to the outside, so large pokemon can “sit with the family”.
- Mats woven from heat resistant piloswine and camerupt hair protect floors and couches from fire type pokemon.
- “Cat tree” like structures are very common, as are scratching posts and tubes. Pokemon that like to burrow are often provided a sand pit.
- People still use baby gates when it comes to pokemon, though they’re not the most effective
- Socket covers are pretty much required - if not for safety, but also for preventing joltiks.
- Radio towers, clock towers - any tall structure without inhabitants has nesting boxes built into it. Even for bug pokemon.