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6/17/14 11:28 P

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Well our kitty hasnt outgrown his hyperactivity but fortunately hes not teething and he doesnt bite. But when he is hungry and his bowl is empty he can get frantic. Hence, good idea to make sure he eats before you go to bed and leave a bowl of crunchy cat food for him/her to snack on at night when you sleep.

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6/12/14 10:21 A

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Since she works all day, about the only thing I could suggest would be another cat for him to play with.

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6/11/14 3:17 P

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Closing the bedroom door will keep the kitten from biting her, but she might not get much sleep the first few days. As for keeping the little guy active, Mutt did that for me, the kitten chased his tail. Balls, scorching post with things that hang from it. Being so young the kitten properly can't jump on window sills. A ramp to one where the kitten can look out and stalk the bugs, birds, frogs and lizards. You didn't say what kind of house or apt she lives in. If she can make a space the kittle can safely go outside. the fresh air will do wonders. Freyja a a section of the porch where forgs and lizards can get in, but little kitties can't get out. She loves it.

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6/11/14 3:00 P

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We are a cat-loving family, so when my DD graduated and moved away, the first thing she did was get herself an adorable kitten. He is precious, but he is also very, very active and she's not getting much sleep. He plays in her hair, nips at her arms, etc. She is somewhat allergic to cats and by the time she got up in the morning, she had hives all over from where he had been nipping. Of course he is teething. He is about 10 weeks old now.
She works all day and as soon as she gets home she tries to keep him as active as possible before going to bed, but he's still a pistol. It has been suggested that she crate him, but since she's away from him all day, she hates to crate him at night. any suggestions?

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