Ok her goes. Morty is finally doing better and is home. The only problem is he was an outside cat at our house. I built him a cat house and he loved it. Now since he is home he wants to come inside instead of living out side. The problem is I don't know if he will get along with the other 2 cats I have. Currently he is living in my sons room, he has a litter box and food and windows to look out of. The vet told us to keep him in. How do I have them all get along. 2 females and morty. One female is very skidish and loses hair when she is stressed. The other is the spawn of Satan she is so naughty and I love that about her. Any help would greatly appriciated in making us one big happy family. All of my cats are rescues or orphans that I have taken in.
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