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new cat!

Our new cat arrived and is on her way to making herself at home. She is still too skittish for me to make really good photos of her, but here are a few that turned out OK.




She took to the local "kitty condo" right away. You probably can't tell, but she has blue eyes.


She is spending lots of time looking out the window.


Here she is using one of her scratching posts. (Good kitty!)




I got her from a friend of mine who adopted her from the animal shelter we both volunteer at, but she couldn't keep her because her husband's cat allergy got a lot worse recently. My friend named her Tillie, after the "air plant," Tillandsia, because when she first arrived, she didn't eat much. But now, as you can see, she eats a lot. So we're going to rename her. We haven't come up with any names we're thrilled with. (I'm calling her "Hello Hello," but I expect the OH won't let me get away with that. :-) Suggestions are welcome!

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femery
Sep. 2nd, 2003 10:56 am (UTC)
What a beautiful and lucky girl!

Name suggestions from a translation site ...

Since she lives at the Cat & Dragon

Brujah - female informal translation for dragon in
Spainish ...
Kaz! - Yiddish translation for cat
nex0s
Sep. 2nd, 2003 11:35 am (UTC)
the kitty is beautiful! and i am a pendantic!
AFAIK (and i'm not an expert, that's true) "bruja" is the feminine form for "sorceror" (the masculine being "brujo") which is how i've always heard it used.

my spanish-english pocket dictionary from Collins says that the spanish word for "dragon" is "dragòn".

n.
femery
Sep. 2nd, 2003 01:33 pm (UTC)
Re: the kitty is beautiful! and i am a pendantic!
The web translator site gave both
translations for dragon.

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