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Hello! My name is Lynn, but you can also call me by my username, I answer to both. :)

I joined this lovely cat site in order to get more info because my family recently had a pregnant cat decide that she wanted to live with us. She's settled in one of the wood sheds that we have out back. We made her a nice bed that she sleeps in. She is a sweet cat and loves our attention.

I'm still trying to find a good name for her, I've a few that are possibilities, but I haven't settled on one yet. A couple that I have been thinking of are, Andúnë, which means "sunset" or "evening" in JRR Tolkiens Quenya language; Erelil, "Morning Star" (Same as above); Aeleth, "lake" or "pool" (Same); Mariel, Mhera, Tiria. XD Yeah, lot's of possibilities, maybe you guys could tell me your favorites, or suggest some of your own!

Anyways, that's why I'm here. I hope that I find what I need and make new friends in the cat community!

Here's some pictures of the lovely girl:


 

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Hi Lynn, and welcome!

The nameless kitty has the sweetest little face, and really unusual coloring, with the tabby coat mixed with a bit of calico here and there, including a nice a splotch on her back!

I think Aeleth and Tiria suit her well, though I like all the choices! :)
 

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With her beautiful patch tabby pattern with the red on her back, I like the sunset reference, Andune. I also like the Elven name Idril, (sparkling brilliance).
 

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Thanks for the welcome guys! Andune is my favorite of the names I put on here, but I think the name Tabitha has stuck. :p Maybe she'll be Tabitha Andune!

I recently showed her to a friend of mine who's had pregnant cats before, and she thinks that Tabitha has had kittens before, which would be why she's got that loose flap of skin under her. She wasn't too sure if Tabitha had already had her kittens before she found us, or if she's still pregnant. The only way to totally be sure would be to take her to the vets and have them check her out.
 
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