Kitton quarantine is mostly over, and so far, everyone is still alive.
Recommendations vary for introducing a new feline member to your family. Most of them include quarantine for a period of time. This allows the kitten to feel safe (in a small area) while making the adjustment to a scary new place and people. It also serves to protect other pets, in the event that the new kitten brings parasites or some other cooties into the household.
Siada was confined to the back bath and hallway when we got her. For the first several weeks I slept with her her there. Isis got used to her smells and noises from the other side of the door. Siada, well, she doesn't really seem to be phased by most so this particular Kitten Quarantine was less about her than it was about the sanity of everyone else in the house.
She still is in exile while we are at work (there are way, way too many potential targets for Savandalism if she were to roam free and unsupervised all day), but the last two nights she has been allowed free. There has only been one minor feline explosion each night (can I add that Reeseses seem to be the natural enemies of Savannah cats everywhere, lol), and the three of them seem to be taking turns sleeping with me (one of the aforementioned explosions took place on top of me... now that screech of a pissed off Reeses will wake you out of a coma even).
Despite my lack of sleep over it (why do I alway seem to be experiencing a cat-induced lack-of-sleep???), the transition seems to be going well.
Savannah Caretaker who is honored to do the job.