Don't get me wrong, I love our new kitten Psi, but for about four hours in the morning he is just TOO crazy. He would jump on our bed and run across our heads (the bed is on the floor) so we started to lock him out of our bedroom at night...but we also have to lock out (of the bedroom) our adult cat. I feel SO sorry for her! He just terrorizes her! He will NEVER learn! At 6am, my cat always comes in our room and paws me in the face so that I can let her in the covers and she sleeps with me for a few hours. Then if I'm not awake yet, she likes to sit in the window and watch the birds or squirrel's outside. I think she likes the quiet time when we are still sleeping. Or, I should say likED. This kitten wakes up when she does because he hears her jump down from her sleeping spot and my cat can't have a moment's peace until he finally tuckers himself out at around 10am. We tried letting the cat in and locking the kitten out but he will whine and cry at the door until my boyfriend gets really mad and kicks her out to make him shut up. We don't know what to do! We have tried punishing him when he jumps at her but he keeps doing it, especially when we aren't around (we can hear our cat hiss). We have tried leaving it up to her to punish him but he STILL keeps doing it. She has gotten so suspicious of him that she won't even let him get close to her - she'll grab his head and hold it down and then nibble on his ear but it doesn't seem to bother him. She hasn't hurt him yet because he keeps coming back for more. I feel so bad for her. She is always on edge and can't relax unless she is up on her bookshelf that he can't get to. I wish I could put their food/litter in a different room but it's not feasible in our small apartment. Do I just have to wait until he grows out of it? How long until my cat goes insane? Any ideas on how I can stop him from terrorizing her? Any input would help. Poor Samhain...