I don't need the whole "outdoors is death". I need advice. If you haven't got anything useful, this is hard enough. Molly has to go outside. Not my choice. I was not given any options. She is starting mega fights, & attacked my mom last night(who had to go to the ER because of existing health conditions, she couldn't stop the bleeding). She is miserable inside, tries to scratch her way out the windows. I've set up the 20' x 20' shed. Got netting on the doors on each side to create airflow. Setting up the bean bag chair out there, blankets, food, water, litterbox. On Friday, Molly moves out to the shed. I plan to keep her in there for 2 weeks, deworm her again, then she gets released. (Molly was a feral livetrapped at about 10-12 months in Nov. She had no one to feed her, care for her, she lived on her own. She will be fed 2x a day, dry & canned, as well as be vetted. She is spayed & UTD on shots already) My concern is about the existing cats. I'm afraid they'll go after her. How do I introduce her to them? I'm thinking about putting Billy Bob & Tony Bob in the shed with her once she settles into the shed. They don't care about anything....they love everyone. I've searched & read a bunch of old threads on transitioning to the outdoors. Just not entirely sure at all how to introduce cats outdoors. I mean, I can't quite do the same intro as I would inside. Should I put out blankets that the outside kitties can sleep on, then give those to Molly after she settles in the shed so she can get their scent? I imagine, being cats, they'll walk up to the screen doors while she's in the shed & go "ha ha! You're locked in there & we're out here!"