My administrator at work is going through a nasty divorce. He approached me to ask if he could help me with his 2 cats. He stated that they were in a 'tent' in his car. The actual fact is that both cats were crammed into a small carrier, in 90 degree heat, with the windows almost completely rolled up. They were on the verge of heat stroke , He is a very intelligent man so don't know what he was thinking. My wife and some co-workers applied water to their tongues and body to revive them. They were making the most painful horrifying noises. I transferred them to my air conditioned vehicle and took them home. 'Phil , the administrator, says me he can't take them back and I think he probably shouldn't. The problem is my cat and best friend 'Biggy' who keeps attacking the male cat, 'Putty'. Although my Biggy is the aggressor, he has been injured by 'Putty' while protecting himself. My Biggy was formerly the alpha male and bonded to his brother who suffered a fatal event 3 years ago. He cannot handle the new cats as he views them as interlopers. I have to keep them separated, locking my Biggy in my bedroom each day before work. The other 2 cats are very sweet and have never even hissed at me. All they do is rub against me and purr and cry for food and treats which I gladly provide. This has been going on for 2 months. This situation is not fair to any of the 3 cats and I can't do this indefinitely. I worry about my cat. I'm convinced that nothing is going to change The other 2 cats are bonded and would ideally be happier if they were adopted together. If not, the young, spayed female cat will probably be OK to stay with me and my cat as she is young and very docile. Could anyone please help me? I'm afraid to bring Putty to the Clifton animal shelter for fear he may be euthanized. Adoption is absolutely free.I will gladly pay for any fees or shots required by your municipality to register Putty. Delivery is free within 100 miles. You may return him, no questions asked.