How To Deal w/ Hyper Kittens?!

Discussion in 'Living Room' started by A.H, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. A.H

    A.H Ali Harfouch

    as-Salaamo 'Alaaykum,

    Recently, I got a kitten al-Hamdu lillah. Problem is, it is TOO hyper, ya 'ni more so then any normal kitten (perhaps it is retarded or something (it just jumped on keyboard now for example). I don't mind it, but my mom does! How can I train it to CALM DOWN! And also, is there any way to make them sleep, so that its not waking me up at 2 a.m.

    Jaazakum Allaahu Khaayran
  2. murdiyyah

    murdiyyah [x]

  3. Aseerun

    Aseerun Um Maryam

    wa 'alaykumus salaam wa rahmatullaah wa barakaatuh

    From what I know, it's normal for a kitten to be hyper or super hyper - you just have to play with it and keep it entertained. Buying another kitten it can play with would be a good idea.

    Also, when it grows up a bit more, you'll realise that they won't be as hyper as before. Just take care of it well, inshaaAllaah. Let it go outside after a few months and explore.

    In regards to the late night disturbances ... I'd see it as a chance to pray Qiyam al-Layl. My kitty used to wake me for Fajr and it also got the chance to eat. But if this persists, maybe keep it in an empty room somewhere in the house and lock the door. It'll eventually tire out and sleep.

    Mubarak btw. Cats are beautiful creatures.
  4. Umm

    Umm New Member

    It sounds normal to me. When my cat was a kitten, he used to be so hyper, and now we kinda miss it. Being a big cat now, it's rare that he plays with us in that same manic way for long periods at a time. He is a v active cat who loves going out, but reserves his time indoors with us for eating, being groomed and sleeping. Chasing his tail wildly is a rare sight.

    Jumping on the keyboard is normal. Just lock the keyboard when he does it.

    When it is old enough, neutering him might calm him down a bit. I couldn't face getting it done with my one, and he's still v boisterous and shows us who's boss.

    Does anyone have the prob of a cat with an attitude? My husband doesn't appreciate our cat literally turning his nose up at the cat food he's given (even whiskers!) and sitting down in protest until he's fed some home-cooked chicken.
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2009
  5. WM

    WM <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    Awww cute :)

    Hey- just spay it! :D
  6. Najaah

    Najaah Random Member

    This reminds me of a cat I just gave away!

    I bought a siamese kitten. In the pet shop it was so cute and looked really innocent but when I got it home it all changed!

    It was so hyper and it used to follow me everywhere, literally. It would even follow me to the bathroom, wherever I went I would find it trailing behind me. It was a nightmare because if I ever locked it out the room it would spend all night crying behind my door which would make me feel really bad.

    It became so bad that in the end the only solution was to give it back to the pet shop. The journey from my home to the pet shop was also another nightmare as it just wouldn't stay in the box.
  7. heart4allah

    heart4allah New Member

    Wasalam alikum wa rahamtullah.....

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    Or You could use on of this trick here:


    If all fails give it one of these and send it for Jihad...


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  8. Traveler

    Traveler New Member

    No self-respecting brother would partake in such a girly deed. Period.
  9. abuhannah

    abuhannah Well-Known Member

    Don't know if I can buy these in the UK but boy they are some beautiful cats..
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    Last edited: Oct 31, 2009
  10. A.H

    A.H Ali Harfouch

    Jaazakum Allaahu Khaayran for your responses. Yea, I am getting use to it, its actually hilarious they things she does.

    Subhan al-Khaaliq.

    Is it true they see Jinn?
  11. Umar247

    Umar247 Haters Gonna Hate

    Salam alaykum,

    I had to read the post again to check I was on the right forum LOL.

    I got the same problem brother. It goes nuts late at night and sometimes in the morning, running around looking like its on crack . I find feeding it loads makes it more tired, but its hardly the ideal solution!

    Walaykum salam,


  12. abuhidaya

    abuhidaya New Member

    After reading this I want a cat too.
  13. umm abdurrehman

    umm abdurrehman New Member

    This is easy, buy another kitten for her to play with and she will soon forget about you.
  14. Asad123

    Asad123 <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    Wa alayhkum salaam,

    Abu Hannah...that cat is like a dog...way to big. I think that is some type of wild cat. I forgot their name, they are from Australia I think. I saw a special on them on Animal Planet about domestic cats.
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  15. Umm

    Umm New Member

    How old is the kitten?
  16. Traveler

    Traveler New Member

    So you can groom it? *rolls eyes*
  17. Umar247

    Umar247 Haters Gonna Hate


    back to the original subject, one hot tip is those laser -pointer things. You point it around the flat, and the kitten goes nuts chasing it, eventually tiring itself out!

    Walaykum salam,


    P.s They love a good groom LOL

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