Well, here's a new update. We changed the name. He totally wasn't responding to Sven so not sure how much his previous owners acually called him. We decided on the name Winston. I think he may have had a little rough time as I was told he was kept in the basement for the past 3 months. The woman who brought him to us said they didn't even seem sad. He's changed homes at least 3 times. Anyway, we are just loving having Winston. He's a cutie. Light blue eyes, creamy white with a buff tabby tail and ears and some tabby markings on his head. There's a hint of very light buff tabby markings on his back too, sort of like he has a jacket. He's doing pretty well considering. Unfortuantly it's nearly impossible to keep newcomers separate in our home. He's all updated on his shots, neutered and is healthy so all is well that way. I just wish it could have been alittle easier for him. He was pretty scared. Considering we haven't had him even two days though he is doing quite well. He's becoming more and more affectionate with us, even rolling around and purring and head butting today. He was pretty scared the first day but then who wouldn't be when you have 3 cats who all want to sniff and play. I am really proud of my other kitty boys. There's been a few minor things and Winston is a master hisser and growler which my other cats don't generally do. In fact, I don't think they knew what to make of this new cat that hisses, growls and doesn't want to play. But today they are actually sniffing nose to nose and seem to be settling together. I think they will all be fine. Winston seems so much more relaxed with the other cats today. The dog is the problem though. He's actually very sweet and just wants to sniff and wag his tail although he learned quite quickly this cat wants nothing to do with him. It's not a huge problem it's just that Winston is pretty scared of him and takes off with a hiss and a growl when the dog is in sight. I was told he was used to dogs but when Winston was brought to us it was mentioned the dog liked to chase him. So, I guess that would be the reason Winston is so scared of our dog Corky. So hopefully with time he'll relax and realize that corky won't hurt him or chase him. Corky is old and leaves the cats alone. So considering we didn't do the introductions right, I'm pretty pleased with how it's going. I think Winston will fast become a part of our family.