Monika wrote:Dasboard wrote:Okay, that will be problem. Now I can't decide who's cat name to steal.
Solution: All your cat names are belong to us. I'll take'em all. ( My included. I really love the way you named your cats. )
When we were in vacation on Crete there was a hotel baby kitty who would come, crawl on your lap and sleep there. We named her Rho. Next day we saw her, or so we thought, and she ran away, strangely. Soon we learned that they were three siblings, all looking almost identical, white with black tail, as if it was tacked on. Their mommy cat looked that way, too. And we later saw a tomcat with that look in the area. We named the babies Rho1, Rho2 and Rho3. We almost took the "first" Rho, the one who was so snuggly, with us home (they actually urge you to do this, cats in shelters get killed if nobody takes them within a short time there, because they cannot afford to feed them forever). But she was too young, the airline didn't allow it, and the time was too short to get all the shots. Maybe it was better, who knows whether Pi and My would have gotten along with Rho. But we think of her occassionally and wonder whether she made it, she was a weakly kitten, the smallest and slowest of the three.
I think Alpha, Beta, Zeta or Omega would also make neat cat names.
Oh, and, hi cycoris and other new people!
Aaaw, I hope that the Rho family is okay.