Hello! I have a almost 14 month old female siamese cat. She is very loving, playful and quite attached to me and my mom. We recently decided to get a male siamese kitten because we wanted to cross our older cat and there wasnt any other possible option for us. A week ago i got a a month and a half old male siamese kitten ( he's very young i know but his owners wanted to get rid of him quickly) their first interaction went fine. there was a lot of growling an hissing but since yesterday they both can be in the same room without making any scary noises. the problem is that the kitten is acting dominant in my opinion. he eats my older cats food and also his own food ( i use royal canine siamese for the older one and royal canine kitten food for the kitten) he uses both his own litter box and her litter box as well. he also uses her cat bed to sleep in even though we got his own bed. my older cat doesnt say anything but its not fair to her obviously. she doesnt eat much neither does she sleep as much since the kitten uses her bed. she just looks at him from a corner and when she comes near him to sniff him he creates a deep rumbling sound and she backs away to a corner. how can i stop/ train him to use his own things? im worried that my older cat is feeling sad and rejected, which is not the case. she isnt as loving and playful as she was before the kitten came.