I rescued her from the animal shelter and they did not know what kind she is, now her litter mate is a Hemingway kitten, 6 toes. No her ears are pure
white. I sure do hope her eyes stay blue. They are so pretty.
I would guess she's going to keep those beautiful blue eyes. There are soooo many different kinds of Siamese. Perhaps she is part white flame point
siamese and won't really darken on the nose and stay white all over? Could ya give us updates on her now and then? She's so pretty!!!
Oh yes I will keep every one updated, with pics and with the name she finally gets. I guess I am gonna wait till she is finally home and see how she
is and maybe that will help me decide on which one of these great names to choose. This is my list.
Azul is Spanish for blue
If its not too late could I throw the following names into the mix, sorry, not all are one syllable.
Sky (as in sky blue)
Lapis (as in Lapis Lazuli)
Ra (sun god)
When I got my Siamese many years ago I was going to call him Azure, because of the eyes, until my brother came up with Mah-jongg (which got shortened
to Mao). Good luck with finding a name. I liked Nile and Isis as well.
I do like your name sky, I added that one to my list and she is being spayed tomorrow morning so in the afternoon. I cannot wait to bring her home.
If you have an animal shelter near you then you should really go look at their kittens and cats right now. It is kitten season lol really it is!
The word "hedj" represents both white and silver. Silver was very highly prized in Egypt, and fairly scarce. It was very popular in pharonic
jewellery, when it was available, and was known as "white gold" (nub hedj). Silver and gold together represented the moon and sun respectively.
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