I really wish I had moved that damn broomstick in the background.
What is this?
It's difficult to capture the color of her fur properly - most photos show her as too tan or too gray. The buff sections have almost a peachy tinge to them, but it turns sandy in most of the pictures that I've taken.
At some point in the future, when I have both electricity and money, I will probably be adopting a buddy for her. She's a good cat, but I think she's used to having more company than just myself. I also think she needs someone to play with - I'm good to a certain degree because I can fish the toys out from under the couch and provide crinkly paper bags, but a kitty companion would probably do a much better job of entertaining her.
I am not particularly worried about turning into a cat lady, but I am worried about me turning this gal into a neurotic nutcase. The idea of adopting a second cat isn't offensive or new, as I long debated adopting two kittens before I saw Pearl Grey. Introducing two grown cats to each other is going to be interesting, but Pearl is a friendly explorer-type cat, so I think she'd adapt pretty quickly. When I brought Pearl home, she didn't hide at all - once she checked everything out, she was quite all right. I will probably have to worry more about the second cat. But I guess I'll deal with that when the time comes.