Just a place to babble for this 40+ (groan) year old guy who likes to cook, garden, be a nerd on the computer, knit, watch too much TV and movies, and change my hobby every other week!
That's a kepper!
I think s/he'd fit in quite well with Tucker & Moxie aesthetically, in a neutral-colored, semi-achromatic kind of way (hehe). Would probably be a fine addition to the fam ...
Will let you guys know tonite hopefully...although we might have to hold off getting him til Monday since Moxie goes in to the vet and it'd sure be nice to save an office visit fee by taking both in at once, and we want to be extra safe and sterile when introducing a new critter.
What a sweetie!
So cute!! We had a siamese cat when I was growing up. She was really great, very affectionate, good personality. She was actually a stray cat (what are the odds of a stray siamese?). We decided to give her a Siamese name so we looked in the almanac for names of rulers of Siam. The only one that was feasible (that we could pronouce) was Rama, which was a name she wore well for the rest of her years. Such a sweet kitty....This kitty sure looks adorable.
Jennifer (the lady who found him and his siblings) said he's the only siamese in the mix...and yes, he's a stray.Remember, that's how Michele got Cooper - someone had a cat give birth in or near their log pile - mixed kittens with one long hair siamese/Main Coon in the mix.
What a gorgeous cat! Adorable...
PS "cjr" - what are the odds of a stray siamese? Apparently better than I would've guessed as well!Michele's cat Cooper - long haired, but siamese (crossed with Maine Coon?) - stray litter of kittens found in a wood pile.My parents's cat, Murphy - her mom was dropped off on my uncle's farm in Kansas. We were passing through, visiting all the relatives, on our way from Hawaii to Ohio. We got to keep one of the stray siamese kittens.Your cat.And now Simon!I'm with you though - what're the odds!?
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