Kitten name suggestions?

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  1. His Goominess Galvantula stan
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    Hi everyone
    I am going to be getting a kitten (possibly two) in a few weeks, so I need name suggestions. The kitten(s) will either be: Gray and white(x2), peachy-colored and white or a mixture of peach, gray and white.
    Oh and before we start, please nothing Lolcats/i can has cheezburger related.

    Thanks in advance :)
     


  2. DNA Goodbye, everyone. I'll miss you all.
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    Do you know what gender the kitten(s) will be?

    Here are some ideas I randomly thought up:
    ~Waldo
    ~Patch
    ~Blender
    ~Snow (if it's white)
    ~Timber (if it's grey)
    ~Felix (hurr durr)
    ~Daniel/le
    ~Grace
    ~Stealth

    I think most of my name ideas are either subpar or terrible, but maybe they'll inspire you.
     
  3. PokeMedic Don't talk to me or my Pokemon ever again
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    You might want to be a pioneer and give your cat a dignified name.
     
  4. Rusty Sticks ♪~ ᕕ(ᐛ)ᕗ
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    Name it "Dog". Then get a dog and name it "Cat".

    Proceed with hilarity.
     
  5. His Goominess Galvantula stan
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    Oops should have mentioned the genders before. The gray ones and the peach one are all boys, and the multicolored one is a girl.
    Anyways thanks for the suggestions :)
     
  6. Puff-Sun Gogoats
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    I like DNA's Idea. Give it a name like Edward Carlyle, esq.
     
  7. DNA Goodbye, everyone. I'll miss you all.
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    That was PokeMedic's idea.
     
  8. don()shinobi PokeBeach's Yu-Gi-Oh enthusiast. I guess.
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    Well, you want a simple name. Giving your cat too long of a name will confuse it and take it MUCH longer to get used to than a short name. Try sticking with one or two syllables.

    You might not want to give the cats names RIGHT away. Try analyzing their personalities for a little bit, whether that's a few hours or a few days and see if anything seems to fit from there.
     
  9. Zyflair Yes, sir. Of course, sir.
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  10. venasour x Now I'm in college :)
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    For the girl, at least. I like the name Zoe.


    I think Teddy for a boy would be kinda nice. Or riding the Pokemedic train, Prince _____ could be interesting.
     
  11. omahanime Come and visit me.
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    Shouldn't it be named Feline.
     
  12. don()shinobi PokeBeach's Yu-Gi-Oh enthusiast. I guess.
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    You stole my cat's name, silly~
     
  13. PokeMedic Don't talk to me or my Pokemon ever again
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    I meant give it a human name -not a toy or novelty name. I know that if I was cat I'd rather be put down than called 'Mittins' or 'Ninja' or something.

    Where I live, like many other places I'm sure, people will treat their pets like family members. They'll take them to the park, love them, dress them up, show them off, but give them really bad names like Snowpea, Marshmellow, Dante's Inferno (full name), or Naruto.
     
  14. don()shinobi PokeBeach's Yu-Gi-Oh enthusiast. I guess.
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    If you were a cat, you'd know what neither of those words even meant. :p
     
  15. PokeMedic Don't talk to me or my Pokemon ever again
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  16. Brave Vesperia Head of Buy, Sell, & Trade.
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    Name the peach-colored one Just Peachy! :p

    Give them human names just like you would give to a baby, I'm pretty sure if cats could understand English, they would hat being called stuff like "Fluffy", "Mr. Cat" and "Fsdkfgndjfkjgdn-Baby-Poo"
     
  17. Zyflair Yes, sir. Of course, sir.
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    I don't see that name being copyrighted to your cat. ;P

    While I'm sure that the cat doesn't really care too much about names, nothing says more about how inconsiderate person are just by hearing what he/she name his/her cats.
     
  18. PsychedelicBreakfast We can live beside the ocean leave the fire behind
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    I named my now-dead cat Charles Dickens, and he ended up having babies with my sister's cat and I named those kittens Ulysses, Muse, and Siren. Still have the latter two. Ulysses took after his namesake and went on an adventure (ran away) but he never returned. I'm guessing a cyclops got him. Bottom line, literature and mythology are chock full of names to choose from, if you're into that.
     
  19. Poseidon Formerly Sir Taco
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    Name it Sparta. That way, every time you introduce it, you can shout "This is Sparta!!!!".
     
  20. DNA Goodbye, everyone. I'll miss you all.
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    Actually, no one got him. *shot*

    ...Long story short, you don't want to go with an overly complicated name, nor necessarily something that is an object from pop culture. You want to call it something that actually sounds like a name. After all, if you call it something long and complicated, it might not come when you call it.

    Then again, do cats usually come when you call them?
     

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