The Vet's File Folder
Officially, it still says "No Name, Feline, Female."
I identified with the Eponine character. Tougher life, unrequited love, interesting and entertaining parents, hero to a degree, kept the lovers together while wishing it was her, dies while still young, and several other things. Cosette was always a little too spoiled for me. Everyone looking out, pampering and taking care of her.
What I like about Cosette's character now is that Jean Valjean saved her. Created her escape. Gave her new life. Assured her and God he would take care of her. Just the other night MMcB said, "I wonder if this kitty knows she got the winning kitty lottery ticket?"
Teresa in OKC suggested Gabrielle or Gabby. That is feeling really good. I've mentioned that my Eponine was such an observer. Always watching how I was doing things and making sure it meant her approval. This monster is all about participation. Talking, getting involved, checking it out, massaging (pawing) me when I'm not paying attention, and talking some more. The more I talk to her the more she reacts and responds. It makes me smile.
We also like Miel (honey in French) and Sophie. I may write them out on sheets of paper, put them on the floor and let her pick. I mostly had waited to see if anything would materialize with the microchip (if a boy, the name would be Chip!).
Reality is ... she's home. I've been picked!