A kitten will have tons of energy. This is her way of playing, so to discourage this behavior, you'll do best with getting a wand toy like da bird about an hour before your bedtime and MAKE your kitty literally run down from exhaustion. You'll have to play hard core with her, rev up her heartrate and make her jump, run, pounce, leap, all over your place. Don't stand still, i make my young cats jump on their cat tree, over the sofa, walk and tease the toy into the bedroom and onto my bed, on windowsills, etc. After about 20-30 minutes of intense play and your cat can't get up and is panting, put and lock away the toy safely and then serve her last meal. If you're free feeding her, switch it to scheduled meals by now. That last meal can be wet, too, of course, but see if you can incorporate this as part of your nightly routine. Tiring her out with appropriate play followed by food will encourage your kitten to groom and take an extra long nap that hopefully lasts throughout the night.
If you can't do this all the time, the other alternative would be to shut her out of your bedroom or get a second kitten as a playmate. There are reasons rescues highly recommend adopting 2 versus a single kitten. I've never regretted my decision, either.
Maybe others here have more ideas...
Last edited by TabbCatt; 01-03-2015 at 03:36 AM.