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When I first adopted Bell, I was going to call her Bella, but after my Aunt said her name should be Emerald, because of the color of her eyes, I did some research on the meanings of these names. If I called her Emerald, I figured I could call her Emmy or Emma for short. When I looked up the name meaning for Emma though, I knew I had a winner. Emma in Tai means 9 blessings and in Hebrew, means God answered my prayer. Because I had been praying for God to provide me with a new kitty, Emma, it was! The first few days, I had Emma, she followed me everywhere. She wasn’t really a snuggler, but needed to be close to me. Then after about a week or so, she started to become more independent. Now she has completely settled in. She still isn’t a huge snuggler, but she will come a couple of times a day for her daily dose. I have also introduced her to the outdoors, and we go out for 30 mins or so in the morning, and for about an hour in the evening, once it starts to cool down a bit. The other day, she caught a small frog, so her hunting skills are exceptional, though she didn’t end up eating it, and only played with it, until it was no longer fun to play with.

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