As you can see, I have the initial names for all three of them. Since they were born on Deepavali day, I named them after the festive’s favorite delicacies.
The peanut is called Kacang Putih because Kacang means peanut. I always relate broken blacks to the dairy cow so instead of Muruku, I am calling it Mooruku. As for Thosai, it is made mostly using flour and always served for free during this holiday in Indian restaurants.
Here’s how they look today. I don’t have much hope for Kacang Putih because I noticed that although she suckles, there isn’t any milk going into her tummy.
I was told by a friend that the lighter colored ones are BLUE TORTS! YAY!!!!