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I think he’s a Turkish Van though
You could call him the Young Turk. Or Turk for short.
I firmly believe so too. Very curious and instinctive creatures.
We came to an agreement on the name! We sensibly decided to look at the black and white factor over the big ol’ genital pattern, lol.
Named after my favorite Bond, say hello to our newest member, Tim!
Guess Tim isn't an innuendo? :))
Good name, though! Give him a bowtie, and you have Dalton lookalike. :-)
I always thought they said Tim was a Lounge Room Lizard, but he could be a graceful cat too.
Zoe looks like my Tabby cat Kitty. You can see her in the video I posted in the OP.
I should be able to post pictures of my cats here, but I'm not sure technically how to do it.
and there are scores of others. You upload your own pics and receive a link for downloading them which you copy and paste into the "image" box over here. Done.
Thanks, thought it was something like that. I'll have to try that then and see how get on! :)
Haven't heard that term before!
In my early computer days a friend gave me a copy of a computer game called "Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards". But I agree that's my only connection to the term.
I remembering reading somewhere years ago that Dalton's Bond had a "Lounge Room Lizard" element to him.
A "lounge lizard" is typically depicted as a well-dressed man who frequents the establishments in which the rich gather with the intention of seducing a wealthy woman with his flattery and deceptive charm. The term presumably owes something to the cold and insinuating quality of reptiles.
Wasn't it the Leisure Suit Larry games that involved playing a character that's trying to get laid, or something?
Yeah, I think they sort of got raunchier over time. The one I had was rather harmless, though.
How about Solozzo? If you're a Godfather fan.
I approve! Handsome lads both.
(I've always thought Dalton looked like a wolf, incidentally.)
Never played played the games myself, but knew I had heard of them before. Back on topic, there's a cat named Larry with it's own Wikipedia article:
We have plenty cats already, but we're sort of saving him from certain doom
Yes, I suppose you do. It seems incredible to me that in American "shelters" animals are killed after a while unless they're adopted. It doesn't happen here and would cause an uproar. So all the best to you and Timothy!
If you're getting more cats on a later occasion, you still have Sean, George, Roger, Pierce and Daniel to choose from!
The whole James Bond catalogue, you might say. ;)