Quoting Minion:" How old is she? Little kittens are loud and energetic."
Quoting The Doctor:" Some cats are just mouthy. We had one who just meowed all the damn time from when we got her as a kitten until she was 15 years old. MRAW MRAW MRAW..."
Quoting Fertile Mertile + D & C:" Around 12 weeks. They estimated her DOB to be November 17, 2012. Will it just take time? And right now ... [snip!] ... blanket. When should we just let her stay out at night? I just worry she will get into all of our stuff while we are sleeping."
Quoting Minion:" My Nina was about 12 weeks when I got her. She yelled in the bathroom all night too. It immediately stopped when I let her out."
Quoting Fertile Mertile + D & C:" how did you sleep? I have to have it totally quiet or i can't sleep. Drives me nuts.....she's fine during the day, it's just at night and in the morning she drives me crazy. "
Quoting The Doctor:" We had a big house, and she was an indoor/outdoor cat. We'd close the bedroom doors, and put her outside ... [snip!] ... you could put her in with food/litter box so she's unable to wake you up if you don't feel comfortable having her outside yet?"
Quoting Fertile Mertile + D & C:" Yeah, we just got her a few days ago, on Sunday. They just recommended that at first until she got ... [snip!] ... surroundings. Did your cat get into everything at night? Just a minute ago she was climbing on the dvd's and knocked them off."
Quoting ♥MamaToSilas♥:" Some cats are just mouthy. My outdoor cat(hes 5) is VERY loud and very annoying lol. My indoor cat doesnt ... [snip!] ... 3 this year) Kittens are very energetic so its possible it may stop with age but it may not. Is she fixed? That may help too."
Quoting Fertile Mertile + D & C:" right now she has been in the bathroom with food, water, and her litter box just at night. But she is ... [snip!] ... really loudly in there, and it carries upstairs. I'm not sure when we are going to let her outside just yet, she's little."
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" Sounds like she has separation anxiety while being in the bathroom. I would just kitten proof the best ... [snip!] ... best you can and just shut the doors to the bathroom and bedrooms. Locking her away from everything might just make her worse. "