I don't understand this! (biting)
Voldie is an extremely well behaved kitten (he's on the 4-5 month old mark now, since he's a June baby) and besides begging for food at the table some times, and running around like a mad teenager (I assumed this is a kitten/cat thing), he does nothing wrong.
Well, this is, if you don't count the completely random biting.
Sometimes (like it just happened a few minutes ago) he will be purring, kneading, seemingly content at being stroked, and will -- out of nowhere -- grab and bite my hand HARD (not enough to draw blood, but enough to bruise). Since he still has kitten teeth, it hurts twice as much.
He won't even stop purring while he does it, and will simply look at me for a second and then resume sleeping/relaxing/whatever he was doing.
I thought it might be a warning sign for something he dislikes, but it really is completely random, and many other times (most of them) I can pet and stroke him without getting bitten. He also never scratches and is otherwise quite bonded to me (we butt heads and he licks me at times, will sleep on my lap, etc. Not to mention I'm the only one whom he will come to if called).
During the day, when I'm out, he has a whole room + corridor for him, with a big sunny (when the sun is out) window and all his toys, plus food and water available at all times (I feed him his actual meals a few times a day, but he has dry food always available in case hunger strikes).
So I really am wondering what is up? He is otherwise an extremely affectionate and awesome little guy.