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Sorry to hear the last session didn’t go well BY no means am I an expert so take my advice lightly but maybe a more extended time seeing and smelling each other and getting use to each other could be helpful. I would maybe try that and after awhile, like a week or two, try moving pens closer and once they can do that without aggressive behavior then try the sessions again. Pepper sounds like she needs to go slow to me. I know you stated you are giving them time in each other’s pens but how about switching litter boxes? Also have you thought about doing the car ride stress exercise?