I highly recommend getting her a kitty friend. My girls are litter-mates so I didn't have to go through introductions with them, but it honestly made raising them as kittens soooo much easier. They played with each other and that both kept them out of extra (note I did say extra
) mischief and it also kept my nights quiet!
In the past when we'd been introducing kittens to the house, they would cry at night for attention and things. I never had that problem with my girls.
Now that they are grown they are still best buddies and all. I've mostly had a multi-cat household since I was about 9, but I've at times only had 1 kitty too. But remember, introductions need to be very slow. Part of the reason meet ups with other people and their cats aren't so good is that cats recognize each other by smell and smells change when they aren't together all the time or if they are stressed. (I learned this on here!) Like a few weeks ago when I brought my girls to the vet separately. I had to deal with some hissing and things because of that. If you decide to go that route, check out some threads on introductions in the Behavior section and you'll find some great tips!