Yes, it says "Kitty" on her name tag, too. But please don't make any jokes about the originality of her name. She's very sensitive. And, like "vanilla," the name might misleadingly indicate plainness when the reality is much more exciting. The Catts and Cats crew report that Kitty has tons of personality and affection, and is definitely one of the best kitties in the neighborhood, if not in all of Iowa. Here, she looks after a semi-alba Phal. from Home Depot. She looks like she's doing a good job, but if things get rough she might want to consider the Phalaenopsis advice from the good people at rePotme.com. This is how it all starts, folks. You buy a pretty orchid from Home Depot one day and, six months later, you're at the Oklahoma Show discussing the hybridizing virtues of Phal. equestris with an AOS judge from Texas.
Kitty had a lot to say, and some of it might have touched on the dangers of orchid addiction. Personally, I appreciated her Sunday morning greeting. I think one of the things she was trying to tell me (as she gazing into the aquarium in the corner of the room) was, "I know of an excellent recipe for angel fish! Let me have at 'em!"