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post #31 of 51
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You're lucky that your cat eats, my mother's cat won't even eat salmon. Just her dry cat food and occasionally she'll steal licks of a Popsicle.
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post #32 of 51
I was done after naming the rabbit Stew
post #33 of 51
Hehe:lol: I've seen cat's climbing up people to get to food - why they just dont' jump onto the bench is beyond me. But that's gotta hurt!

The only time my cats tolerate each other is when they're eating in the kitchen. Apart from that...it's war. Ambushes, surprise attacks, little scud missile of a cat pouncing out of the undergrowth, "mexican" stand offs...aye aye aye.

But by heck they are entertaining :crazy:
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post #34 of 51
Chervil

idk why, but it just popped into my head as a good name for a cat
post #35 of 51
My brother's first cat was named Sushi. I love the name!
(I realized the cat had no tail, but I still like the name Whisk.)
Keep in mind what nickname the name might generate: Wusthof: Wussie? :eek:
Here are some more that occurred me:
  • Ghee
  • Parm
  • Sassafras
  • Thyme (although I like Chervil for a name, too)
  • Coq au Vin (sounds like Cocoa)
Sometimes you just need to live with a pet for a while. Its habits and personality emerge, suggesting an appropriate name.
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post #36 of 51
Considering there is a wild cat called a Cervil, not a bad name at all.
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post #37 of 51
Goodness gracious me - many a baby has been named faster

My 17 y.o. daughter suggested "Cinnamon"

Gummy Bear - you HAVE TO tell us the name......................................as soon as you can , pls :)

Ok last minute brainwave - Cat Cora :p (Watching IronChef at moment) and just had a cat pounce on my back.....aaarghh
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post #38 of 51
Serval - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Looks cute, but way too wild for me!
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post #39 of 51
Thanks.
I fell victim to the common misspelling.

On a side note, our grey kitten (we called her a kitten because she was so much smaller than our tom, though she was 7 years old), disappeared a couple of months ago.
I almost wish I had seen her dead on the side of the road, just so we'd know what became of her.
So we will be getting a kitten when the weather warms (easier time to housetrain).
We're thinking a short haired, spotted calico, and if so, we'll name her Truffles.
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post #40 of 51
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It's adorable. The parents won't let me have one though.:lol:
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post #41 of 51
How about just Cora?

If anyone asks, it's Cat Cora

...fading back to my corner
post #42 of 51
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Well, little miss Truffles is now home. Haven't seen her much, been at a different house. She's absolutely adorable, about 10 weeks old. I'm having a hard time getting a good picture of her for two reasons: (A) she's 100% black with bright yellow eyes, black cats aren't easy to get a picture of (B) she's a kitten and loves to move, try shooting a picture with a moving black cat.

Soon though, I'll be posting a picture. Thank you to everyone who has helped with names. Truffles doesn't seem as fitting for a black cat, but the dad loved it, so Truffles it is. :lol:
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post #43 of 51
What about the pictures of the kitty? :D
post #44 of 51
I thought of another name, 4 months later . . . Momo. I named a cat that once and when i called her by name she would say "momo" back to me.

Momo is a Tibetan potsticker type of thing.
post #45 of 51
Um...

"Momo" is a West African evil spirit. Very evil.

Maybe stay away from that name.

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post #46 of 51
Hehe...we have a black cat with yellow eyes called Minka - now I think he should have been called Momo after Mike's transaltion. He loves a good fight with your hand...I've taken to wearing a canvas gardening glove to avoid (more) scars. And the darn thing lurks in the dark at night...waiting to grab your ankles.

He is very evil. :D
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post #47 of 51
I have two cats, petals and coco. My two favorite ingredients to work with on a cake are making sugared rose petals and making something with Cocoa (yes I spell it the other way ), I decided to name my first kitten petals and the second coco (also because my favorite perfume is coco by Chanel) and petalsandcoco is what I go by on this forum.

Some cute names I found :
Truffles
Praline
Sorbert
Pumpkin
Nutmeg
Parfait
Sesame
Tatin (for tarte tatin)
Granita
Ginger

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post #48 of 51
Hah, Pumpkin . . .

Long time ago I named a cat that. I don't know whose cat it was. It was a huge (fat) orange tabby that just laid around practically all the time except to eat.
post #49 of 51
I thought of more...

Curry
Cumin
Clove
Basil
Poppy


I have a client that has three cats, Rudy (after Rudolf Valentino, Daisy, Silky)
Rudy is my fav.

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post #50 of 51
We have a large grey cat named Shadow, and when I was up in Portland helping a friend with a catering event I saw that he had a cat that looked just like it.
I asked what it's name was.
Waffles.
Of course, grey cat...waffles...makes sense.
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post #51 of 51
How about "Chopper" as the flying type is tailless and the other meets your culinary criteria.
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