Hello all, looks like a very nice forum— I joined because we have a dilemma we need some help with. About 1.5 months ago, a cute female cat showed up at our doorstep. We fed her and kind of took care of her every day for about 2 weeks and eventually decided to adopt her. She is tricolor, very small, sterilized and very quiet/shy. She is very people friendly and kind of submissive; she attacks from time to time but that's just a matter of time. Problem is this: We have a 3 y/o adult male in the house. He is a charmer and amazing.. but also very territorial. At first—things were normal, they didn't like each other, roared often and so forth. We introduced them overtime and now—a month after—we reached a point where they can somehow stay in the same room and we can even leave the door open during the day (we don't imprison her anymore). Problem is that he's not so keen on letting her be. He attacks her at every chance he's got making her run to places she can hide from him. It gets loud at times and is not pleasant. I must say that she is very submissive—she does not attack him at all, but comes to us for protection (Or hides). We nurture both of them with a lot of affection, food and comfort zones. They get what they need as far as I see it. We'd like to get to a point where they can either let each other live, or even better—like each other. Can anyone help with some tips/techniques for taking the introduction to the next step? Thanks a lot!