If he is a kitten,totally understandable. If it's late night-dawn used a food timer. When my cat Maggie was younger,playtime for her was after her last meal,so I would lock her out then let her back in once she calmed down usually 15-30 minutesI don't know exactly why he does this, anyone can figure out? Here he is btw.
Well, that is easier said than done as you see, we do not have our own bedrooms. We only have mattresses to sleep on. Also, we sleep on our mattresses at the living room. But ok, maybe we move our mattresses somewhere else? There are the computer room, TV room and one other unused room. This would be a lot to uncurl here so it would appreciated if you guys can help us.Well a mysterious object moving under a blanket is just a fun thing for cats to try to attack and play with. Give the cat a firm NO and remove the cat from the bedroom. Can your dad just keep his bedroom door closed at night?