I brought home Kirby about a month ago and I have one 8 year old cat, Pumpkin. Pumpkin is a pretty laid back kitty, but the two don't love each other yet,and may never really be buddie, but they tolerate each other pretty well. Pumpkin has no claws, so when she boxes his ears if he lunges at her it doesn't really make that much of an impression on him. He really just wants to play and she just doesn't want to. I know for sure he's not being aggressive. They would get along great if she didn't hiss at him, which gets him started. Alot of times he'll go up to her and just sniff her nose and she'll hit him. Other times she won't. I know she is mistaking his playfulness for being aggressive, but does anyone have any tips on getting them to get along better? I would love to have her be able to walk past him when he isn't asleep and not be chased. I don't let him chase her if I can stop him because I don't want that to become a habit. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!