*Hello Everyone, I thought I'd post here because this is the only place I think I will get good advice on what to do. Yesterday, I adopted an 8 week old kitten. I was taking only one because I have 2 other cats and I thought that I could only handle one more. I regret separating him from his family sooooooooo much! I think I should take him back and let him live with his litter a few more weeks. I want to do this but I got him from a town 3 hours away. (I got him while visiting family). I know that I could take him back but everyone is telling me I am overreacting. I think he is lonely and if I take him back quickly maybe his mom won't have forgotten him. Everyone is saying "it's too late, you already have him" like it's pointless to return him and then take him away again. But he is crying and very unhappy in his little room I have set aside for him. And sometimes I can't seem to comfort him. But he seems ok as long as I am playing with him. Now that I have him, I know he wasn't fully weaned. When I took him I cried because I was separating him from his family. I felt like the worst person ever. But my husband said it would be ok because we've had younger cats that were just found outside. What should I do? Should I take him back or just accept what I've done? Would his mom accept him again?