Personally, a name is the least of my (Karina) concerns with this little one. I am hopeful that it will successfully scare all of the rats away, keep the mice away from me, and rescue me from cockroaches in my bathroom and elsewhere. (See how hopeful I am?)
As it is now, the rats are about twice her size, but we are trying to feed her as much as she'll take.
She was brought to us by a friend whose cat had kittens... and well, other family members wanted the litter to be gone ASAP. Therefore, we landed up with a very young kitten. It has been taking infant formula quite well out of an eye dropper a few times a day, and yesterday it began to show an interest in a slurry of formula and kitten food.
It's pretty cute watching Joyanne cart this little thing around like a baby. Also, Wesley has shown a very tender side as he gently strokes it. It has been a fun few weeks with her. :)
I didn't grow up with cats, and haven't really ever considered myself a cat person, but becoming her sole care provider (ex. the one who feeds her and cleans her) it seems she considers me her mommy now... and I am feeling somewhat.. attached.