So lately I've been working with Isis more than the others to not only reduce her reaction to most every day objects but also to get her to calm down faster when everything is said and done. I took some of tigerlily's advice for some calming signals and FINALLY!!! Isis understood and calmed down within 3 minutes of reacting to the cat outside. All it took was a big sigh and yawn as I was cooking before she let out a giant sigh and laid down on her bed. I'm so proud of my little girl. One more step closer to our goal. And some news! After talking to at least 5 other trainers, we've all come to the conclusion Isis likely has predatory aggression and Jinx has territory aggression. Basically this means that both can be worked with though it will take a while. Isis aggression will probably never be fully solved, she'll always need to be onleash and watched. Jinx however should be perfectly fine after enough time. After 2 years we finally have some answers and it's great. It no longer feels like I'm fighting the invisible but something I can predict and face easily.