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Sheofthrone3

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Am I the only one that gives their furbabies (not so furry babies ) middle names? I always have. And after 2 weeks I've finally decided on Opals.

Her full name is Opal Jean Cook.

Do your babies have middle names? What are they?



Update: we went from South Texas to North Texas to Memphis Tennessee and then we are going from here to Arkansas then to Georgia then heading to our home in Northern Alabama for a few days! Ope gets to meet her hooman sisters!


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Bailey21

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@denise irwin Gives all her pets middle names! I honestly couldn't tell you their real middle names, but I know I referred to Letty as Letty Spaghetti, and Niko as Niko Suave :0Which I think I actually convinced her to keep that as Niko's literal middle name. Her dog is Reba Abigail, 3 legged tripod rescue is Daisy Ava, and I'm not too sure about the other two furry kitties.

Woohoo to Opal getting to meet her sisters!!
 

Xandria

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That's great. I love nicknames and middle names.

Mine are just long:
Lord Maximillian von Strange (Max) -- he completely suits his name.
Lady Wilhelmina von Strange (Min) -- lady, she is not, but more like a spunky princess. ha ha.
 

Beckinboots

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No middle names here but our animals hardly ever get called by their given names - most of them have at least 2 or 3 nicknames which they all respond to. I love the idea of middle names though - I may adopt that in the future :)
 

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Ours have middle names:

Azura Irie
Myshka Mouse
Ochi Friggin-Underfoot

Jouët doesn’t have a middle name persay...but I call her Jouët Twainy Pants or zhou zhou nee nee poo poo nee nee






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Sheofthrone3

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Opal is a pure adapted trucker kitty. Love it. She wants for nothing!
I was worried because her breeder said she would be stressed and wouldn't make a good traveling pet. But it only took her 10 hours to be like. "this is my new home. It moves. Cool." And that was that. She does NOT care about it moving at all.

I made her a vet appointment for her wellness check and her last kitten shot. So soon enough she'll be able to go on walks and stuff and I'll post more photos of the adventures. I'll be taking her to the pet store for a new collar, litter, and more clothes. She will be a very spoiled kitty.


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Xandria

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She's living the dream. It's interesting what your breeder said as from all the research I'd done before adopting Max, there was a resounding "Sphynx travel very well". And this pleased me as Hubby and I like to run away a couple times a year (not too far, but still a 6 hour travel time). Max travelled like a champ right away. Min took one trip to chillax.

Opal is utterly in her element, which is fab. Keep the pics coming!
 
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