Thursday, January 10, 2008

My Coat of Arms



Apparently my name, Fazakerley, comes from an ancient Anglo Saxon word which means horrible, flat place or something like that, but at least I have my own coat of arms.

12 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Faz, I am sure that that is changing now that you are named after it!

Sunny's Mommy said...

I don't think I've ever met a cat that had his own coat of arms. Very impressive.

Tybalt said...

That means you are royal as well. Congratulations!

Shilgiah the Cat said...

That is impressive that you have your own coat of arms. Don't you think it should at least have a mouse embedded on it somewhere?

Pablo said...

Wow. Fancy Faz!!

The Lone Beader said...

Faz, you are the definition of royalty!

Caesar and Princess said...

The recipe below makes mommie want to throw up hahahahaha but we think it is certainly worth sniffing and testing.

This coat of arms is bucketty perfect for you Fazzington. So fancy and regal!

We hope you have a very happy fun Friday!
Buckets of love and curly hugs
,3<3<3 Princess and Caesar

Caesar and Princess said...

WE are pretty sure that Fazzington means sweet and fuzzy, so we think you should go with that :-D

purrrs again, Prin

Monkee said...

That is very impressive. I wish I had such a historical name, but no. Mom names me after a pseudo-band from the 1960's. *rolls eyes*

Yoggie said...

Well, it's much better than to have the name of a yoghurt..

Poppy Q said...

Fazzie I always knew you were famous.

Daisy said...

That's a very nice-looking coat of arms. How did your arms get to be so ancient, anyway?