It was really difficult to introduce Pump and Marley because both are female. They still fight sometimes and Marley’s been with me since September! It requires a hell of a lot of patience. I know you want them all to be friends, but it takes a long, long time and if you lose your patience, things can go really wrong. Here’s a few tips that might help you: Keep your new cat completely isolated from the other two. Keep him in your room with a litter box, a toy, food and water. After a day, take that toy out of his room and give it to your two other cats. Let them smell the toy (the new cat’s scent will be on it) and they will know that there is another cat in the house. Put the toy back into the new cat’s room at the end of the day, and keep exchanging the toy back and forth each day so the cats all know each other’s scents. Do that for maybe a week or two. After two weeks, exchange the cats; meaning take your two female cats and put them in your room, and take the new male cat and put him on the other side of the door. Let him explore the rest of your house, while your female cats explore your room and pick up some more of his scent. At the end of the day, put the male kitty back in your room and take the females out. I’d say you should continue doing this for about a month. Like I said, it requires a ton of patience and I had to keep Marley isolated from Pumpkin for 4 months. If something happens and your cats end up mingling on accident and start fighting, just spray a little bit of water on them and shout “NO”. It worked for me and my cats hardly fight now. I hope this helps! Keep me updated on them.
Anonymous: Hey, so I got a new male kitty (2 months old) yesterday and I already have two female cats. One is 5 and the other is 9 years old. I'm trying to introduce them little by little. So far they hate him and they are mad at me. I'm scared they'll get too stressed, for bad. Plus, I'm an impatient person. Was it difficult to introduce Pumpkin and Marley? How long it took for them to get along?