Quiz: Can You Integrate A New Pet Into Your Home? All Cats Dogs Featured Lifestyle Lifestyle - Cats Lifestyle - Dogs Training Training - Cats Training - Dogs / When you bring New Kitty home: introduce her to your existing cat with a balloons and fireworks. put her in a carrier and take her straight to her designated room. The best place to introduce New Pup to your pack is: in a quiet park, away from your home. right at your front door, with no advance warning to your pup. If your pup's tail is tucked between his legs when he sees New Pup, he is: inviting New Pup to play and welcoming him in. not at all sure about the newcomer and needs time to get to know him. The best way to avoid a cat fight when bringing New Kitty home is: tell the kitties to just get along and deal. to take your time and let the fur babies get used to each other from a safe distance. Your pup's toys and treats should be: picked up and stashed until New Pup has been integrated. immediately shared with New Pup. When feeding New Pup: give her a separate food and water bowl. have her share your pup's bowls to build on the sense of belonging. Introducing a New Kitty is easy-peasy because: they are not the least bit territorial and NEVER cop an attitude. ...well, OK, it's not easy-peasy... Teeth baring, stare downs and hackle raising are all signs that: New Pup is being welcomed right in with open paws. your canine fur baby may need just a wee bit more time to get used to New Pup.