So your cats all have names but you call them by the names of Egyptian kings and queens? Doesn't that confuse them?
It doesn't confuse them, they don't know what the heck I'm saying when I call them their real names anyways, well maybe Simon (Amenhotep III) does, he's the oldest one. His best friend and daughter is Sandy (Sitamun) and her mom is Skittles (Tiye), brothers Gizmo (Akhenaten), Sphinx (Smenkare), and Meew (Tutankhamen). Then there is my very beautiful calico Littlefoot (Nefertiti). She doesn't get along with Tiye or Sitamun at all, it's funny.
But Sandy (Sitamun) just had four kittens so that kind of screws things up a bit.
I've been thinking of getting a bird, like a parakeet, and can't for the life of me think of a name. Something Egypt-related, naturally, but not Horus. That's too much. Any good ideas for a name for a little bird?
That's a good idea, birds are so full of personnality and you can teach them how to whistle in different ways. Like the bird that lives with me (Theodore, a cockateel) he can do that whistle you do when you see a hot chic, you know the one? It's hilarious! And if you do the first part, he'll finish it. very smart.
Anyways, I've just about put you to sleep with all this talk about my animals I take care of, but it's time to wake up now!
Okay, let's see, a good name for a bird...a parakeet..they are so beautiful! If it's a girl:
Polly!!!! just kidding, so cliche ,okay how about, Isis, Kiya, Nefertiti, Cleo (hehe), or for something that's not Egyptian related: Tweety, Sugar, Honey, Baby, Danielle (haha), Molly, Sunny, Lilly, Ivy, Angel, Princess..ugh those are cheesy.......Cheesy?..
For a boy:
Ra, Osiris, Hapy, Johnny (haha, he could be little Johnny Jr.) George, Paul, Ringo (hehe I like that one), Blaze, Phoenix, Falco..What's the ancient Egyptian word for bird?