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Sweet, Little Kitty and Giveaway



Hey Neighbors!

Since today is our Petacular Monday, I thought I would share our new addition.  She is adorable!  She is a Himalayan and is just 8 weeks old.  We are trying to decide on the perfect name.



She hardly ever has to walk right now because someone is constantly carrying her around with them. She likes to play and is getting along with the Shelties quite well.  At first she just looked at them and hissed.  Having Glory teasing her didn't help any.  Now though she just looks at them and walks off.  She loves to play and chase things.  Remember our Zhu-Zhu pets?  She thinks they are great toys!



Isn't she adorable?  I am sure you will be hearing more about her in the upcoming months!  Now what we would like to do is have some names submitted for consideration.  The name should not be based on a TV show or movie.  We are looking for something feminine and that fits her personality. She is extremely tiny and dainty, yet she is still feisty.  What we would like to do is give away a $10 Gift Card to Petco.


So let's get some ideas flowing!  I am looking forward to the suggestions!  This giveaway will last three weeks instead of two as we are headed to NQC this weekend!  See you soon!


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Comments

beeghly said…
i think the kitty looks like a "Sweetie" or a "Puff" sooooo cute
Amy Orvin said…
How about naming her Brea Rose.
Jackie said…
Congratulations she is beautiful! I think she looks like a Sophia!
Linda Szymoniak said…
All our dogs and cats have Japanese names, and one I think that would fit this sweetie is Yumeko. It means "little dreamer" and my Yumeko moved with my oldest daughter when she moved out.
Marti Tabora said…
I think Pixie would be a great name.
rubynreba said…
I think she looks like her name should be Reba or Ruby. Those are our kitties names and everyone thinks the names are cute for them! Your kitten is adorable!!
Marti Tabora said…
I commented on Outfitting a Dojang
Unknown said…
I like "Madame Royale" :)
(Marie Antoinette fan!)
tawndam said…
Definitely a Princess ... Princess Jasmine (just need a green jeweled collar☺)
Barbara Montag said…
I love the kitty!
Sootie would be a good name for her.
It might sound weird but it goes with her coloring.
thank you
Coolestmommy said…
I like Fluffy as her name.
heymissvirginia said…
She is adorable! I think she looks like a Sugarpie.
heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com
Angela Saver said…
I think Baby Blue would be a good name for your new kitty, especially with those blue eyes!

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degood said…
I like the name puffin for a sweet kitty like yours.
Kimberly said…
I have always liked the name Loralei
I love giving pets "people names"...my contribution would be Sofia. :)
Shelley P said…
She is adorable!! Congrats on your new family member :) I like the names Misty, Storm and Holly.
Tina W said…
She looks very similar to my sister's Ragdoll named Sasha.
Leela said…
Awww, soo cute! Rose sounds cute.
LauraJJ said…
Oh I would say Willow!
Marti Tabora said…
I commented on Baking for the Holidays.
Unknown said…
She looks like a fluffleupagus! Lol!

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