These are my younger kitties, who are brothers from the same litter…
I call them Mic and Mac…
and idea from the Irish side of me (Mc and Mac)…
My Grandmother was a Mc Partland…
The Irish were among the first people in Europe to use surnames as we know them today.
It is very common for people of Gaelic origin to have the English versions of their surnames beginning with “O’” or “Mc” (less frequently “Mac” and occasionally shortened to just “Ma” at the beginning of the name).
“Mac” or “Mc” means “son”.
“O’” comes from the Gaelic Ó which in turn came from Ua, which means “grandson”, or “descendant” of a named person.
I have an older set of twin albino cats (13 yrs.), who are brothers from the same litter.
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