Weekend Cat Blogging: Kitten Has a Brand New Name

Indrid the Kitten is still with us, though he did catch a bit of a sniffly-virus and had to go to the vet. Now, he is breathing easier, and is back to his merry japes and larks and kittenesque games.

However, he is such a sweet-tempered little fellow, that Morganna decided that “Indrid,” which comes from a creepy telepathic alien thing from John Keel’s book, The Mothman Prophesies, was an awful name for him.

So, she decided instead to name him after a different alien–the good-natured ever-helpful and caring Minbari diplomatic assistant, Lennier from the television show “Babylon 5.”

Here you can see Lennier playing on the steps that go down to the front door from the kitchen. I think he looks rather like some sort of Chinese Foo beastie in this picture, what with the contorted pose and wild eyes.

I would write more, but I have to run upstairs and finish painting the ceiling in our bedroom, and then work on changing faucets in the bathroom. I promise to post more on food and fun in the next couple of days, after all of this rennovation work is finished.

And sometime soon, I will have to post before pictures of the main kitchen and talk about the remodelling that will soon be happening there, too! (Wait ’til you see the stove!)

For more listings of weekend cat bloggers, visit Clare and Kiri at Eatstuff, and check out her listing of all the weekend cat bloggers posts there.


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  1. Lennier is growing to be such a cute cat! Love the kittenesque pose too!

    Comment by Clare Eats — September 18, 2005 #

  2. What a cutie! Looks like he is settling in really well.

    Comment by boo_licious — September 18, 2005 #

  3. He’s adorable. I like the name change, too. The Mothman Prophesies gave me the shivers.

    Comment by Nic — September 18, 2005 #

  4. Glad everyone enjoyed the picture of him–he is an adorable wee thing.

    Nic–glad to know someone else who has read the prophesies!

    And yeah–Lennier is much more suitable name for him.

    Comment by Barbara Fisher — September 20, 2005 #

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