I am trying to type this with the minimum of movement as I am currently refereeing the 2nd, more prolonged meeting of Moo & McGee. We are in her room and she is up on the bed beside me. McGee was making such a racket at the door I gave up and let him in. I had him in my arms and they were approx 1.5ft apart as I sat back on the bed with him. She hissed at him, he hissed back. She hissed a bit louder and for longer. McGee looked at her for a moment and then looked up at me. I swear his expression said "Aw mom, you're having a laff aren't you. Not another one? What is it with white cats and bl**dy hissing??" He then went off to explore around her room again and she is watching him from on top of the bed. So far, he's been much more interested in her toys and catnip nana than he is in her. I can't tell now if she is relieved or pissed off at being ignored..... Either way, she has now just lain her head down on the bed and decided to go back to sleep. McGee has worn himself out and is resting up in the cube. I must type faster - he's now up on the low drawer unit & the noise alerted Moo who is now watching him and emitting some low level growls even though he is neither near her or bothering with her. Typical woman or what???? Oh dear goodness.... McGee is trying to figure out how to reach her bowl of food that I moved up onto a high shelf on the bookcase and I'm sure she must be thinking "What the f**k????" :yikes: at his antics of trying to find it. He can smell it but he can't see it...... :lol: :lol: Well, it's certainly stopped her growling that's for sure. ETA: The door is open btw so they are not trapped with each other. There is an escape route if desired. .