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I have a young (around 12 months) kitten, and he's normally quite well-behaved; however, he has a bad habit of chewing my clothes if I let him into my room unsupervised. He's already destroyed the tassels on my favourite hoodie and the laces on two pairs of shoes. He has a scratching post, but that doesn't do much for his chewing problem. Is there a good way to stop him?
The other problem I have is that he likes to play rough. When he's in a good mood, he loves to hunt after my arms and legs, and bite and claw at his prey. I'm sure he's just playing because he purrs and he doesn't attack hard enough to draw blood; but it's still painful and annoying, and it leaves red marks all over my arms (I just tell everyone my girlfriend did it). Throwing him off just makes him think I'm playing with him, and he comes back at me immediately. I've taken to spraying him with water when he does it, and now won't attack me -- IF I'm holding the spray bottle. Is this just a phase that he'll grow out of?