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It can take some time for them to get along. The best way to start is to purchase a Feliway diffuser:
This emits a pheromone that calms and soothes cats, and that can help them get along. Then make sure that they have separate food
and water bowls and that they have separate areas to perch and hide. Do not try to force them to be around each other, and make sure that they can each get to their food and water without having to encounter each other. Give it time, and this should subside over time. The feliway should help a lot.
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