AAAAAAH PEOPLE! Now there are three of them and Calcite doesn't know any of them and he's already having two conversations at once. He looks at the new cat-human just long enough to tell that, yep, that's a cat-human, then politely stops staring because, yep, that's a cat-human, he (Calcite can't tell if it's a he or not) probably doesn't want to be stared at any more than Calcite does. There are so many of them and Calcite flaps the hand on his free arm and it isn't for the same reason as before. Jesse's nice, he's getting along okay with Wes, and he knows how to get along with cats. He'll be fine. He'll be fine! He gets up, still not looking straight at the strange cat. Whoever this is seems friendly, though. Toward him, even! He's not sure whether to smile like a human or not. Does this human-cat know human and cat body language? Or just one? Maybe human's the best bet, since she (is she a she? Calcite can't tell) waved like a human and talks like a human. So he looks at her, but just to be safe, he doesn't bare his teeth, no matter how friendly humans think smiles are. "I'm new here," he says. "Nice to meet you." And he walks over to her, slowly, not making any sudden moves, and smells her. He leans his face in toward hers in case she feels like being cat-friendly. She might! She doesn't seem wary (or maybe she's human-wary, he's not used to that yet, but it seems like the stranger kicking him out by force is off the table), maybe because they're both Kintsugijin now. He's going to have to remember to ask Wes more about the spaceship thing, too, just as soon as he's done with this meet-and-greet, unless the new cat wants to stay, or Jesse says something, or Wes doesn't want to talk more. People are so complicated, especially new species of people that Calcite's never met before!