WOW Marcia! That's would be upsetting!
How often are you involving Coco in play sessions?
How is Coco around Jack now?
One thing I seriously suggest is to keep Coco's claws trimmed, you may have to trim every week for a while...but it won't be that bad because you'll probably find only a couple of nails on each foot grow fast enough to get 'dangerous'!
Before I do any face to face intro's with new cats, all of my residents get front and back nail trims! This is a 'Just in case...' preventative!
I also like to have everyone well fed before intro's, its harder to have a hissy fit with a full belly!
How is Lacey acting otherwise with her normal daily habits?
If you start seeing major changes, than she is probably getting stressed out...
However a few changes are normal when a new cat is brought into the mix...
Are there particular times that Coco pounce's/swats at Lacey?
Is there any litter box 'guarding'?
Feeding time issues?
Anything you observe can give some clues!
Don't give up on Coco yet...
And Lacey might not be,
being as bullied as you first might think...
"A Cat must have three different names:
An everyday family name; A particular name;
And the name but the Cat Himself Knows, and will never confess." T.S. Eliot
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