Young kittens often bite toes while teething but usually grow out of it as they learn alternative communication methods like meowing or purring.
Cats love sleeping at the foot of your bed near your wiggly toes. It's amusing for them to chase and bite, as you instinctively move them.
Cats may mistake moving toes and wiggling fingers for prey, causing them to ambush their owners. Provide toys for hunting simulation.
Cats are clever; they bite toes to wake you up. It may be playful or hunger-related. Automated feeders can assist.
Biting in cats can be a sign of affection, but it can also be problematic. Luckily, there are ways to address it.
Tire out your cat before bed by playing with interactive toys, not your hands or feet. Give attention with brushing or petting to curb biting.
Discipline biting: loud noise or breath, ignore or close door, avoid water spray, redirect with toy.
Wear socks to bed, cover your feet, and address stress/anxiety in your cat. Vet visit may be needed.