4 tips on smoothing the introduction of new cat to a resident cat’s home (infographic)

As usual, the infographic says all I want to say on this. It is all about merging feline scent to make each cat feel at home (scent exchange). It makes cats feel like they are part of a family of friendly cats which also applies to humans as cats often deposit scent on our lower legs with their cheeks and flanks.

New cat introduction tips using scent exchange

Infographic on new cat introduction tips using scent exchange. By MikeB at PoC.

The infographic covers one aspect of new cat introductions. There are others which I cover in other articles some of which are listed below with links and pics.

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Infographic on 5 tips about introducing a new cat to a kid's home

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Resident cat and new kitten get to know each other from behind a screen and it works out well

New kitten and adult resident cat get on well through screen. How to maximise success.

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Cat in crate method of introducing a new cat into a resident cat's home

Tip for gradual introduction of an incoming cat to a resident cat

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Should a new cat be the same or the opposite sex to the resident cat?

Should a new cat be the same or the opposite sex to the resident cat? To put it another way, ...
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Useful tag. Click to see the articles: Cat behavior

Note: sources for news articles are carefully selected but the news is often not independently verified.

Michael Broad

Hi, I'm a 74-year-old retired solicitor (attorney in the US). Before qualifying I worked in many jobs including professional photography. I love nature, cats and all animals. I am concerned about their welfare. If you want to read more click here.

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