Well, Thomas has been here for nearly 3 months and has settled in and made this his home. He is one of the most affectionate, gentle, and loving cats I have ever had the honor of knowing. He has gained his weight back and now weighs about 17lbs. He has had no further problems with his teeth. His coat is growing out apace, and he is turning into a magnificent animal. He follows me from room to room, sleeps next to my pillow, and perches on the toilet tank when I use the bathroom. (the better to lick my ears). As I type this, he is flopped in my lap purring and head butting my arm trying to distract me from typing as of course, scratching him is more important. He is eating well, and has lost the last vestiges of hand-shyness. he no longer flinches when I make sudden movements toward his head or move my feet suddenly. Squeaky and Thomas are getting along much better. They have their territories in the house mostly sorted out and there is very little hissing and growling on Squeaky's part these days, and we haven't had an "explosion" in weeks. Thank you to the Oneida County Humane Society for allowing me to make Sir Thomas my forever family member.