Consider using Feliway (spray, not plug in) in the room you introduce them in and using Rescue Remedy in the water of all involved cats (and maybe yourself) for a couple of days prior. Also consider putting items he sleeps on (towel or maybe a wash cloth you have rubbed him with a lot) with the other cats and visa versa so they get used to each others smells.

Good luck. This is a wonderful thing to do and he will be a wonderful cat for you. Cats who have been on the streets and chose to live with you are the greatest little friends you can have.
On Jul 22, 2008, at 9:50 PM, Laurieskatz wrote:

I think, too, you want to wait a bit before introducing him to the other cats. Keep him in his own room for a couple weeks. And supervise the first meetingsā€¦.

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April, be sure he has been neutered and then you shouldn't have any major problems. There is a Yahoo feral cat group that has some great files on taming strays and introducing them to your home.


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From: April and Jay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Felvtalk] Any info on FIV cats and non FIV cats
Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2008, 9:01 PM
I am thinking of bring in a sweet sray we've been caring for into our home. He is FIV Positive and non of my cats are. From what I have been reading it only seems to be past on by a deep bite wound. Does anyone have a FIV cat with non FIV cats? He has been very healthy. How long a life do they usely have?
Thanks ahead of time!

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