Monday, June 29, 2015

Decisions - decisions!!


Assuming you had the ability to adopt one or both of these girls (baby is 11-12 weeks and mama is 1-2 years)  would you take one or both?  And assuming you adopted both of them, what names would you give them?  I am not a fan of animals having people names, but names from literature would be wonderful to consider. My brain is mush now and I can't think, so give it your best shot.

10 comments:

tiff said...

I would be tempted to take both, of course. :)

What about 'Opal' and 'Garnet'?

sage said...

I had a cat but it died when my daughter was two and her allergies cleared up! So no more, but these girls are cute and look like fun. Now I have a dog and he's getting old but could still chase a cat, given half a chance.

sage said...

They're both cuties. I'd pick favorite names from literature.

Nancy said...



If it were me I would take them both. If you found them in a shelter I think I would name the Mama Blanche because she has been depending on the kindness of strangers...The baby I would call Desire......They are both beautiful...

joared said...

Catching up here on some of your earlier posts -- glad to read your doing well with OHS exercise pgm. As for these cute cats -- if you're so inclined, take both cats as friends of mine decided to do a few years ago. They've been fun to watch playing with each other. Pet naming for me has always been selecting a moniker of special personal significance to me that others might not necessarily appreciate, so have no suggestions.

robin andrea said...

I hope you take them both. About naming them, makes me wonder if you have any favorite mother-daughter characters from a novel or film?

Pat said...

Both - for their sakes. I would name them Gertrude and Alice after literature's Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas.





















Cuidado said...

I always get cats in twos. Last ones were two sisters two years ago and named them Ruby and Purrl. They are real gems. I considered naming them flower names: Pansy, Petunia, Iris, Cosmo, Rose, Ivy, Fern etc. I am sure you can think of many more. Cats work better in twos.

Thumper said...

Re-commenting on request... I would get them both. Cats are not the solitary creatures they are made out to be, and a pair that is used to each other will be far happier in the long run. And it's easier to do that from the start, rather than adding a cat later, when you might wind up with the situation I have now...cats who don't really like each other.

Granny Annie said...

Just tell me you ended up taking them both:-)