Our expert says:
Cats are notoriously hard to introduce to each other and introducing a kitten is rarely a quick and easy operation. When introducing a new kitten it is best to keep it in a separate room and bring it out at least once a day to meet the older cat. You can do this by putting it in a crate or cage and letting the older cat come and investigate on his own. Do this at mealtimes, feeding the kitten in the cage. Stroke or brush both cats with the same cloth or brush so the scents mingle. Move the kitten around to different rooms so its scent spreads around the house. Once they seem to be getting along ok, you can allow the kitten out of the cage and try feeding them near each other. Gradually they should get to know each other, but this could take days or months....Good Luck!
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