Shy, pretty, active
Compared with her litter mates, Yani and Yancy, little Yeates is a bit on the shy side, as evidenced by her late arrival at most of the "dinner is served" announcements. But once she gets there, she can scarf it down with the best of them.
At the same time, she needs to be a bit more tidy with her food because, except for a black tail and an interesting black spot on her back, Yeates is as white at the driven snow. Unsightly chicken, beef, or gravy stains would spoil the effect.
When it comes to playtime the overwhelming choice is...PLASTIC BALLS! Yay! Plastic balls! They roll, you chase 'em! They bounce, you leap on them! They stop, you screech to a halt and bat them around for a while! It's all good!
A somewhat more subtle advantage to having a cat named Yeates around the house is that friends and relatives are likely to be impressed by your knowledge of early 20th century Irish poets, though that would be "Yeats".
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