Hi there, I come to this site often to get advice and get a better sense of my cat’s behaviour. So first, thanks for always posting such helpful information. This is going to be long. TLDR; I think I’ve lost my cats trust and I’m heart broken. We adopted our cat almost 2 months ago from our local shelter. We had gone to see a different cat who was sleeping when we arrived, but the cat next to her was wide and awake and waiting for us. I couldn’t have been happier. I was never allowed to have pets growing up, so adopting a cat was a dream come true for me. She’s always been incredibly playful, and we learned quickly not to play with our hands or feet. We’ve increased her playtime and bought her several exercising toys, along with a cat wheel. She is really bonded with us, wanting to be wherever we are, head butting is, being very sweet in general. We’ve had to move because our old building is being demolished, and through the packing process, she seemed really stressed. We decided that her and I would move over first, while the rest of our things (along with my partner) will move on Saturday. I know this has been a lot for our cat, so we’ve tried to keep as much routine and play time as possible but it never seems like enough. Tonight, though, I am in tears. Sometime during the night she’ll attack our legs to get our attention and when we ignore her, she stops. Well, tonight she didn’t. I have psoriasis on my ankle, and she bit down particularly hard in that area. Instinctually, leg kicked and her along with it. I let out a scream and the next thing I know she’s on the the ground running around pushing her toys aggressively, and running then cowering and running from me. It’s all my fault. I feel so horrible. All I want to do is comfort her, but I know she needs space. I’ve put her things into the living room, so she can time away from me. I love her so much and it hurts that I could have ruined our relationship. I’d let her bite off my whole ankle if it meant she wouldn’t be scared of me. Sorry that this was so long, I just needed to get this out there. Thanks for reading.