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Good and bad names for cats

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    Never name a kitten Pook. She'll be a monster, full of personality, and inspire you to write a book about talking cats.

    Believe me, I found this out the hard way. LOL!!
    Adopt a kitty and save nine lives.

    They can't read or write, but they sure can multiply. Please spay or neuter your pet.

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    LOL I recently started writing a book about the million reasons most domestic cats should never go outside (obviously allowing for feral cats who can't be trained). There is a good chance Siamese cats are among those who get hurt, sick, or infected outside and we know they talk a lot.
    An inside cat is a safe cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saav View Post
    Never name a kitten Pook. She'll be a monster, full of personality, and inspire you to write a book about talking cats.

    Believe me, I found this out the hard way. LOL!!
    Hope you share you book with us here Saav, I'm sure everyone would like to read it!

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    Alpha how did you name your cats before Loki?
    An inside cat is a safe cat.

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    Just whatever name suited them that we liked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatMom1994 View Post
    LOL I recently started writing a book about the million reasons most domestic cats should never go outside (obviously allowing for feral cats who can't be trained). There is a good chance Siamese cats are among those who get hurt, sick, or infected outside and we know they talk a lot.
    While I understand that, and keep all my cats inside, I did write a book where they actually talk, use computers and phones, and help their humans get through life's stuff. I'll post it soon.
    Adopt a kitty and save nine lives.

    They can't read or write, but they sure can multiply. Please spay or neuter your pet.

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    We have a Loki too! Our cats are Pook, Saav, Tigger (Tiggy), Loki, Molly, Buster and Tuxy.
    Adopt a kitty and save nine lives.

    They can't read or write, but they sure can multiply. Please spay or neuter your pet.

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    Nice that you have a Loki too Saav!

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    We had just come back from Italy less than two months earlier, so our first preference was to give her an Italian name. Mom suggested Bianca (white), Lacey (for the lace doily we got at Burano), and Flora (Florence/Florida). I suggested Dolce, not knowing it is pronounced DOL-chay, because she is like whip cream - white, soft, and sweet. Another idea was Gatto, the Italian word for cat. It failed because Mom did not like the sound of it. So I finally said, "What about white flower?" I never thought it could be so hard to name a cat.
    An inside cat is a safe cat.

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