Meet Freya.

FREYA – FRØYA (Norwegian form)
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Norse Mythology
Pronounced: FRAY-ah
From Old Norse Freyja meaning “lady”. This is the name of the goddess of love and beauty in Norse mythology. She claimed half of the heroes who were slain in battle and brought them to her realm in Asgard.

To be honest, I chose this name because it was listed as meaning “beautiful” or “lovely” on a separate site my father found, only to later find how really Norwegian it was (not to mention other meanings). But I’ve decided to stick with it.

Freya is around ten months old, and has been with us for a little over a day. She’s already known for her absolute cuteness, non-stop purring, itty meows . . and trixiness. She’s a sweetheart, and she’s into everything.


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