I got a purebred Siamese kitty about 7 weeks ago. She is currently 4 months old. She is incredibly adorable, and incredibly stubborn. My previous cat was never allowed on our tables and counters...and it wasn't a problem for her. However, as soon as the new kitten could jump on the table, she has been up there constantly. She has also just recently learned how to jump on the kitchen counters. For both the table and counter we have tried/continue to try the "No" and take to a place she can be (our window seat/ her cat tree). This has not and still doesn't work. She squeals and runs right back to where she was. On the table, we have also tried an office mat upside down so the spikes are up. She jumped right up and walked all over them, and even laid down and groomed herself. We have put tin foil on the edges of the counters, only for her to jump right up and sniff it. She also LOVES sticky tape and water..so that isn't a method that works either. We have also tried putting her in her room after she does it multiple times, but when we let her back out she runs right back. She is also horrible with cords and wires, and biting arms, hands, and feet. She loves to wrap all four legs around my arm and literally make me bleed. Taking her off and saying no doesn't work, picking her up by the scruff (I always support her feet while doing it) doesn't work, taking her to a toy doesn't work, and I've even foolishly hissed at her- which made her even worse. The only thing she hates is when we blow air on her face, but I definitely don't have the breath to blow at her every time she does something wrong. I understand she is just a kitten...but it's getting a little frustrating. Any other suggestions I could try? Update: -We allow her on other furniture, like our couches, tv stand, desk, window seat, etc. We do not want her on our dining room table and kitchen counters..where we eat and where our food is prepared. -Her room is not a punishment. That is where she stays when everyone is gone, and where she stays when we eat dinner- since, clearly, she won't stay off the table, and also when we are all asleep. This is the room we first introduced her to when bringing her home, and this is where she is most comfortable/most trusted.