Hi there! My birthday's coming up soon and my boyfriend knows I ADORE cats, especially kittens, particularly when they're from a rescue shelter. There's nothing more gratifying that rescuing some poor abandoned little mite and giving it a loving, caring home. My current cat Molly was a feral cat and has flourished while she's been with me, and now stands taller than her siblings and her mother. BUT, I understand that introducing new kittens to a home with a cat can be difficult and should be handled carefully. So this is what I've found out, but please tell me if I've got any of this wrong, so both Molly and the new kittens are safe. A room needs to be assigned that is safe, has hiding spaces and has a litter tray and food and water bowls. When the kitten(s) arrive, put them in the room. I don't know whether to leave the door open a little bit or close it. Please help with this bit. Feed the kittens 3 times a day, talk to them while putting food out so they get used to me and my voice. After the first three days, try and tempt them out with toys/treats, but don't rush them and don't shout, stay calm, relaxed and don't overstay my welcome. Keep repeating trust exercises (toys/treats) until kittens trust me. Only thing is, I'm not sure how to safely introduce Molly to the new arrivals. I read that I should give her lots of fuss so she knows that I'll still love her just as much. Is there anything else I should know?