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December 20th, 2008 at 11:59 pm

Well we've brought the kitty to our home, and while she behaved herself during the car trip, she's deep in the hideout stage. She's probably thinking, "its a bad dream. If I get some sleep and just relax, I'll be back at the old place." We are keeping track of where she is, I've put some food and water down, got out the scratch post, got out the kitty feather toys. No pictures until she appears.

I call her a she, but I thought better of just flipping a scared kitty and checking for gender bits, so its unconfirmed. The finders told us they didn't see or feel anything obvious, and she is about 2/3 - 3/4 grown, old enough for the obvious to develop.

She looks so much like a cat DH once had, Merlyn, that we went with the Arthurian theme and are going to call her

Text is Morgan le Fay and Link is
Morgan le Fay. And right now being invisible and hidden, the Italian (and scientific) version,
Text is Fata Morgana and Link is
Fata Morgana, fits her too.

5 Responses to “Morgan”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Thanks for the update! Morgan is a great name...male or female. Smile

  2. PauletteGoddard Says:

    FWIW, my cat was the same way when we moved to our house. I hear that lavender and catnip help soothe a kitty's jangled nerves.

  3. frugaltexan75 Says:

    Morgan is a great name! Just give her a few days and I bet she'll get comfy enough to make an appearance.

    I had a friend's cat while she was on vacation for a bit over a week. The first three days I never saw it. I put food and water out near the couch it was hidden under, and when I'd get home I would lay down on the floor next to the couch and talk to it for a little while, but otherwise let her be. Smile She came out of hiding on the 4th day, and by the 5th day she let me pet her. Big Grin

  4. gamecock43 Says:

    I love that name. I want to name something Morgan. I just love that name.

  5. monkeymama Says:

    Just give her space and lots of love. (If you can give her love while giving her space?) Hehe.

    It's so funny the cat we got from the shelter was VERY reserved and shy. The family that had surrendered her left notes about her, and a completely different personality emerged once she was in our care. I remember reading that later and thinking, "Do these people KNOW this cat?" We gave her a lot of love and attention. (They had kids). Anyway, I am sure we became her worst nightmare when we had kids. She's been replaced a bit. But yeah, I guess most cats can be pretty skiddish at first. I am sure you will be best buds in no time!

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