Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Recently adopted a 4 year old domestic shorthair from my local shelter. The shelter counselor really pushed this kitty as I said I was looking for a good beta boy companion kitty for my 12 year old rag doll who lost his brother 4 months ago. He was so loving upon first meet, came up and full headbutt/snuggles under the chin and I fell in love on the spot. He was returned twice, the first time for peeing outside his litter box and the second time for full wrap attacking and biting the legs of the children of the previous owner. She even wrote in her notes he was a “special needs cat”. The counselor insisted they figured out the issue was he was much better behaved with cats around so a household with a cat was best for him. Been slowly introducing the two of them and so far so good. However, he has a very bad biting problem and it seems to have just escalated with time when he doesn’t get what he wants. He also thinks it is great fun to attack your legs in predatory play and once he did a full wrap and bite on my leg too. I dont think this behavior is going to change, no matter how much discouragement. It is like he was never properly socialized and is a very anxious cat, and just hyperactive and big dilated eyes and easily aroused. I brought him for a full check up and it isn’t a health issue, just a behavioral one. I don’t want to give up on the little guy as it looks like he may get along with my older cat but they downplayed his problem areas and besides the biting, he is destroying carpet and furniture with his scratching and I can’t seem to encourage him to use his scratching post even with cat nip sprays. He doesn’t care for kitty treats. Am I a horrible person for contemplating returning him to the shelter?