hi is it normal for a two year old totoshell female cat to be a bit loopy she has a mad ten minutes every night where she climbs the door frames runs around like a lunatic she wants to be out all night and sleep all day she was a stray cat she has been done i have been trying to keep her out all day and in at night but she just does not let me sleep she will sit on me and keep liking my face and nibbling my fingers and putting her paws on my face not hurting me put keep tapping me and keeping me a wake all night and when i get up she gets under the quilt and would sleep all day will i ever be able to re- train her or just let her stay out all night which i dont want to because winter is comming up what do i do its like having a baby going through the terrible twos
hahhaah she loves you she wants your company I suggest you let her around you more when you are home during the day, shes lonely , you are her family .,I woudn't let her out all night, I would have her in by night fall. Mine is outside /inside also she comes in and out when she want to but I shut her in once its dusk as its not safe .Cats and all animals need company they get lonely .Good luck
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