Fallen_Horse wrote:Any tips for dealing with a kitten who bites and attacks feet and hands, specifically at night?
Cry out in alarm and anguish like a small animal would (basically a squeaky yowl). The kitten will respond to this more than a shout of "ow!". Then follow up by retracting your feet/hands and growling.
If this doesn't quite get the message across, try a gentle cuff to the side of the face, or touching the kitten in a place cats don't like to be touched, like belly or tail.