Post # 1
- Wedding: September 2014 - White Point Garden, Charleston, SC
FI and I are adopting an adorable two year old orange and white cat. He’s very relaxed and friendly. We just can’t decide on a name!
So far we have:
Chowder, Waldorf, Henley, Gatsby and Cheeto as options.
Any ideas, bees? I’m so excited!
Post # 4
@minipenguin: we have two orange white tabbies! Charlie and Blaze!
Post # 5
@S.Elizabeth.G: I once met a ginger cat named Zeus and it totally suited him lol.
Post # 7
My new fave kitty name…that I’m keeping for a future cat–
RAMONE. Make sure you say it in a very romantic, Italian style.
Post # 8
I love Henley! 🙂 pics please!!
Post # 9
Taco. Because tacocat backwards is stil tacocat 🙂
Post # 10
LOL! I like “Cheeto”…but I don’t think any of us can properly advise you until we see a picture of him!
Post # 11
Watson, Weasley, Mango, Patches, Pebbles, Rusty…. (I had to throw in Watson because I’m a huge Sherlock fan and have been wanting to get a male cat and name him Watson) 🙂
Post # 12
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
My cat was named Dexter. I really want to name him Julius and call him Jude though.
Post # 13
@Girasole: Oh my goodness I want to ub their bellies and scratch under their chins!!!
Post # 14
My chubby orange tabby cat is named Floyd. He was a stray who used to sleep on our patio furniture and was fairly malnourised, so he always seemed half asleep/stoned, so he’s named after Pink Floyd.
I really like giving cats very human names b/c it usually makes people giggle. So we have Floyd and Sasha. Floyd (AKA Chubby Kitten) is a total goof, and Sasha (“Princess Sasha” as my FI sarcastically calls her) is very uptight and pretentious. I think the names work for them.
Post # 16
@minipenguin: good luck with that, they tease me with thier bellies and if you try to rub it, they bite you. 🙁 lol mayBe i shouldn’t have tried to give them raspberries as kittens. :/