Teddy came home with us on Thursday evening. I only allow the cats in the downstairs area of the house so they were seperated by glass panelled wooden doors. Pepper in the lounge with her food, litter tray and toys and Teddy in the kitchen/diner with litter tray, food and toys (and water in each of course!). I brought Pepper a new scratching post and after she'd spotted Teddy I took it in to her and she loved it. They saw each other a few times through the doors, Pepper seeming more interested than Teddy. They could smell each other and hear each other too. Yesterday I opened one of the doors seperating them and they met. There was a bit of smelling each other and a little bit of hissing. I let Teddy roam around the lounge, checking it out and smelling while Pepper stalked him! Then I put Teddy back in the kitchen. Later in the day I bought some ham and let them roam together again, giving ham when they were being good. Teddy tucked in but Pepper was too nervous and busy checking him out to eat! There was some more hissing but then they just avoided each other. Over night I seperated them again, just incase. Today...they have sniffed each others noses, been right next to each other and both doors are wide open...no hissing so far!! Could this be the beginnings of them getting to know each other and getting on? Or am I getting excited prematurely? It seems too good to be true. And although I'm happy with things so far I do feel sorry for poor Teddy because he is an outdoors cat and has been hauled from his home, being kept inside and having to deal with being stalked by Pepper. He keeps moaning to go outside and has tried escaping out a window! Poor thing has weeks to go yet, how many would be recommended?