Our expert says:
This sounds like a typical behavioral problem. Having enough space toys and playtime is very important and seems in place. I would suggest to try and use a spray bottle with water and spray the cat lightly every time she start biting, you could add a little citronella oil , but the point is there should be a negative experience connected with her behavior. Try and ignore as well? If possible, because excessive reactions from owners might stimulate this behavior. I would also suggest spaying her if she’s not been sterilized.
Should all of this not be effective you might want to consult a behaviorist and most vets will have a contact list for them in your area. Medication is limited but you could consult your vet regarding this as well.
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