Just to be sure we looked it up. Sita is also a Hindu goddess of fertility. The word literally means "furrow."
From the Wikipedia: The word "furrow" was a poetic term in ancient India, its imagery redolent of fecundity and the many blessings coming from settled agriculture. The Sita of the Ramayana may have been named after a more ancient Vedic goddess Sita, who is mentioned once in the Rigveda as an earth goddess who blesses the land with good crops. In Vedic period, she was one of the goddesses associated with fertility.
I'm still missing my keet. I have this awful ache inside whenever I think about how cute he was when splashing around the sink, how a hundred times I wanted to videotape it and never got around to it. Death is so damned permanent. sigh