So I brought home my new 4 month old kitten yesterday that I got from a rescue. She is currently. Confined to the spare room as her 'safe room' and has explored it a little but mostly stayed curled up under the futon in there. She has used the litter tray and I have seen her drink some water but I am not sure if she has eaten anything yet and I'm a bit worried about that. I have the food that she was eating at the rescue for her. The advice I need is on how much time to spend in the spare room with her. Today I have been off work all day so I let my two 7 month old cats outside and left the back door open for them to come and go and then I went and read in the spare room with my new girl Millie. Millie didn't come out from under the futon the whole time I was there. After a few hours my boys came back in and Hec was meowing around the spare room door so I'm now out of that room and in the living room with my boys asleep next to me. I don't want to leave Millie alone for too long but at the same time I don't want to spend too much time with her and not enough with my boys. Any advice on a good ratio? Also any ideas of how to coax Millie out from under the futon or shall I just leave her until she's ready? This is completely different from when we brought our boys home as within a few hours they were napping on my lap. Thanks in advance for any advice given.