We recently took in a cat who's around a year old. She's what i call a "kid cat". She lets the kids do what they want: pet her, carry her around, wrap her in blankets, etc. She doesn't care at all--she loves them. But when they cry, she gets all weird and bites them. It's like she can't control herself. She'll climb up their shoulders and bite their heads or neck and hold the bite. I've never seen anything like this, nor have i heard of anything like this happening, and i'm completely baffled. Why does she do this?! Her behavior otherwise is perfectly normal.