Crazy or funny names for your Pets

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    Aug 30, 2008 2:13 AM GMT
    RBY71 saidThis is Little White Bastard. Though he's not little, or completely white anymore.
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    Aug 30, 2008 2:17 AM GMT
    Our two cats have "Christian names" and then what we call them on a regular basis.

    Gracie (aka The Devil)
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    and Slippers (aka Fats)
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    Aug 30, 2008 2:52 AM GMT
    I keep promising myself that when I build my home in the mountains and get a Doberman, I'll name him Mr. President.

    Oh, yeah... we once had a HUGELY fat female cat who was somehow very dainty. Her name was Tiddles. And when I was about 9 years old I got an orange-red tabby that I named Sunkist.

    We also had a big Maine Coon that looked like a cougar, so we named him... Cougar. We loved that cat so much that when he died, we got another one and named him Cougar The Second. Later I got a female Maine Coon and named her a spastic variation - Kwuggsifluff. That was because she was a cougar, or a "kwuggz" as I used to call them as a little kid, and she was fluffy. Hence, Kwuggz-A-Fluff. Also Momzigaa got her name because she was a little mama cat who, instead of the usual "meow" would say "gaa" as in that "A" sound in "trap" or "pants." So, Mom's-A-Gaa!

    See? There is a logic behind my pet's names. As to my cat Frank Wilson, people would ask why he was named that, and I'd reply, "Well, he sells insurance."
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    Aug 30, 2008 2:55 AM GMT
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    Well... her real name is Rhia, but I call her Schmittums.

    Once had a cat named Ms. Tiggywinkles.
  • d_archangel

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    Aug 30, 2008 4:13 AM GMT
    I've always been into Greek mythology so most of my pets have been named accordingly.

    Currently I have 3 kids:

    A rottweiler named Kerberos (Von Nekros)
    A female ferret named Athena (Von Doom)
    A male ferret named Ares (Maximoff)
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  • Mars

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    Aug 30, 2008 4:19 AM GMT
    I had a black cat with white paws when I lived in China. His name was Wanfan, which means 'dinner' in Mandarin. He was also often referred to as Satan's spawn as well since he was very mischievious. Whenever he would get too wound up all I would have to do was to start rubbing his belly and his whole body would go limp and he would simply fall into a curled up, purring black pile of shit on my lap. All of my friends who knew me from back then have stories about that cat. I miss him very much. icon_sad.gif
  • 2thTEE

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    Aug 30, 2008 4:26 AM GMT
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    Guess which Yoda is mine...


    *hint* He's the one with the pointy ears.
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    Aug 30, 2008 4:30 AM GMT
    These were the Three Musketeers I grew up with most of my childhood. We had all three of them together for over 10 years which is a truly amazing feat for primarily outside farm cats. They've all been with Ceiling Cat for years now.

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    Aug 30, 2008 4:32 AM GMT
    My cat was named Smoke. I have no clue what I will name the next one, perhaps Justice.
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    Aug 30, 2008 5:29 AM GMT
    My first dogs name is "X-Cuse me of....." since it was an X litter :/ He is called Shamus for simplicity, 2nd one is called "Balor", (the dumbfounded king), quit apt: you can actually see his 2 braincells playing ping pong when he makes an effort to think.

  • Squarejaw

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    Aug 30, 2008 5:39 AM GMT
    Not quite on topic, and sorry to play on stereotypes, but when I taught my puppy (Lucas) to sit, I was tempted to use the command "Koreatown!" instead of "Sit!"

    I just wanted to be out in public when Lucas was acting up, point at him and warn "Koreatown!" and watch people's reactions when he suddenly sat very still.
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    Aug 30, 2008 5:50 AM GMT
    I used to have client who named her dogs, "Peter and Frank". Lovely minature poodles.

    However, her kids were named, "Bunny and Spike". She later had some foster children from the same family with the last name, "Gerbil".
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    Aug 30, 2008 6:03 AM GMT
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    Aug 31, 2008 5:04 PM GMT
    Caslon6000 saidI get asked about my cats' names: Caslon and Bodoni.

    I love typography. ...So I named them after typefaces.

    Pity the next cat....(s)he gets the moniker of Baskerville
    what about webding?
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    Aug 31, 2008 5:15 PM GMT
    Haha Ceiling Cat vs Basement Cat, people need a reference pic or else they wont get it.icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 31, 2008 5:36 PM GMT
    JuhJuhJEFF saidPhotobucket Photobucket


    Guess which Yoda is mine...


    *hint* He's the one with the pointy ears.


    That's a very cool pet indeed!! And from you videos, I'd say he really seems to like you very much icon_smile.gif

    I am a little curious, though, how he became your pet though since it isn't likely that you would have found him at your local pet shop.