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Should I return my kitten? Seems unavoidable.?
I got her a month back. I'm a student at the university. I've seen other students having cats. So I didn't think it would be a big deal. Lately she has been hyperactive in the night. Since my roommate does not like her, I keep her confined to my room which is not big. Can hyperactive cats spend nights in bedrooms? I tried following online advices, to change her sleep cycle. But I cant entertain her all day so that she stays awake. She's not as independent and mellow as I thought. I can keep her or return her. I love her. But I want others opinion about what is good for her.
In the night she keeps jumping on me and biting me till she's sleepy. Sometimes she eats things she's not supposed to and then she pukes. I give her good cat food all the time.
And she has got a habit of begging for my food whenever I eat. So she's locked in my room when I eat, in the night, and whenever my roommate feels like. I love her and don't want her to be sad. Will she be alright?