My daughter brought home a kitten taken from a feral mother. She was (and is) VERY FAST--blink and she was in another room, and she is wild. She jumped from the floor onto my daughter's back when she had just stepped out of the shower and sliced her back badly with her claws, but we chalked that up to being a kitten. While she is at times very affectionate and possessive of us, at other times she goes into an attack mode and unprovoked, bites and claws, drawing blood. I reached into the cat carrier to take her out one day and she clawed me and punctured a vein in my arm, causing blood to pool under my skin and I had to go to urgent care. She needs a large, open space (like being a barn cat) because in this small apartment she runs up and down the hallway, stopping herself by hitting the doors. She killed all my houseplants but one, which is safe only because it's on top of the frig. She has broken so many things by knocking them off counters, tables and even a clock off a wall. She grabs my legs when I'm walking and scratches me. She jumps on my poor little dog's back and my dog hides under a chest all the time now. She shoves my laptop on the floor from the sofa. She shreds my papers. She attacks me when I roll over in bed. I cannot sit with a glass of water nearby, because she ALWAYS knocks it over. She is WILD. But she is SO SMART. She plays fetch. I have video of her fetching and returning her toys. I think she could be trained to do unusual things and even be in the movies--that's how smart she is. She is also very affectionate when she wants to be. But I am an older woman and she has totally disrupted the peace in my home. I am not a strong enough or the right personality for her. I don't have the energy to keep up with her very strong, aggressive personality. I have had cats before--she is not a normal cat. She may be smarter than I am! Is there a farmer or rancher out there that could give this amazing animal a chance to be a barn cat? Or a cat trainer who could train her to do amazing things? (She trained ME to play fetch.) She is a striking black cat, spayed, vaccinated, cat box trained and will be moved to ONLY the right home. Kiki is 7 months old and has been raised on home cooked ground meats mixed with veggies.