Thanks for your swift replies and sound advice!
I have an older cat, Mouse (registered as Dr. Pepper, but he doesn't listen to that...) and at first he didn't like Howl at all, and kept hissing at him. Now he seems to think Howl is a playtoy and tries to seriously rough it with him, so I try to keep them both seperate unless I'm there to supervise. I don't know how Mouse will react to Howl's using his litterbox, I was thinking of getting a seperate one for Howl, but your suggestions seem to point to that Howl will learn better with Mouse there as a guide (as long as he doesn't bite the little one's head off in the process
I'm feeding Howl KMR milk replacement for kittens right now, and got a kitten-sized bottle from PetValue that he uses. I read somewhere that to get them started, people have tried baby-food, so I got some from the store, chicken and turkey flavored stuff, but he doesn't want that...
I do have some Whiskas tender bites pouches, and some SmartChoice catfood that I've been giving Mouse as a treat every now and then, that I've been trying to tempt Howl with, to no prevail.
I guess the best thing to do is keep at it, and maybe another week will tell better tales, as you all suggested...
Thanks again, I'll let you know how we progress!
PS, pics of Howl can be found at my website, if you want, I'll post some of Mouse as well... ^-^x