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Kittens - names please for 2 beautiful girls!!

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Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 21:54:46

I am getting lil kittens in the next few days
I need name ideas please.
Will put pics on my profile in the next few minutes!

reginaphilangy Tue 02-Sep-08 21:56:27

What sort of names do you like?
What colour are the kittens?

Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 22:03:29

sorry, got caught up with reading about kittens - will do pics on profile now.

differentID Tue 02-Sep-08 22:05:00

How about Jemima and Tabitha? I've always wanted a pair of female cats to call them that. I've currently got a b/g combo.

Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 22:32:54

Pics are up
One has more of a grey tabby marking on her head and the other is more of a brown headed tabby.
Their back markings are in the shape of a c and a shape of an n.

lilolilmanchester Tue 02-Sep-08 22:34:22

Flopsy and Mopsy?
Tinga and Tucka? (showing my age!)
Sugar and Spice?

Flibbertyjibbet Tue 02-Sep-08 22:45:09

A long time ago I had 2 girl kittens called

Carmen
and
Miranda

ex got custody of them angry

but I won't mind if you want to use my names.

(for those of you too young to know, Carmen Miranda was a singer who wore lots of fruit and flowers piled up artistically on huge hats smile)

LackaDAISYcal Tue 02-Sep-08 22:48:32

how about naming them after MNers like someone wanted to do with their fish a few weeks ago?

cod and nemo
carmenere and dior
mollie(mooma) and (twinkle)megan

oh the possibilities are endless.

alternatively

rosie and daisy after flowers (I have a cat called daisy so am biased towards that one)

juno and diana or something after roman goddesses

they are very cute and gorgeous by the way smile

Bowddee Tue 02-Sep-08 22:53:40

They're lovely. Who's the black & white one by the way? [nosey emoticon]

With a 'C' and an 'N', how about Chloe & Naomi?

Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 22:55:06

Thanks they are adorable grin
no names are jumping out at me yet hmm off to do more thinking.

reginaphilangy Tue 02-Sep-08 22:55:34

Lily and Rose

Beautiful kittens smile

Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 23:00:27

There were 4 kittens in the litter, the other 2 are black and white and white and black. Both of those are going as a pair to another home. B&W is shy and timid, the W&B one is really full of him self.
My 2 are like peas in a pod and will stick together like glue so I'm told.

Mutt Tue 02-Sep-08 23:01:33

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Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 23:01:55

Don't want a Lily as that's my DN's name and Daisy is the name of the little girl 2 doors away. Bit confusing when calling their names

reginaphilangy Tue 02-Sep-08 23:04:51

Phoebe and Ursula

catinthehat Tue 02-Sep-08 23:06:00

I don't do baby name threads, but I will continue to join in kitten name threads until someone promises to call their kittens Obnoxia and Catatonia.

It's your choice, no pressure or anything.

Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 23:41:32

I like Crocus but don't like the way it looks written down.
so need a flower name starting with a u or n

Mutt Tue 02-Sep-08 23:42:57

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Grublin Tue 02-Sep-08 23:45:35

aww can't call her nasty grin

thumbwitch Tue 02-Sep-08 23:52:39

willow (paler one) and holly (darker one)- yes I know they don't start with the right letters.

try this page for flower names - there aren't any beginning with u though.

Mutt Tue 02-Sep-08 23:53:12

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MrsBates Tue 02-Sep-08 23:54:12

I know a cat called Stephen and one called Loser. Problem solved.

reginaphilangy Tue 02-Sep-08 23:57:10

C - Carmellia

N - Narcissus

Narcissus is the only flower i know beginning with N. Can't think of any beginning with U.

Quite like Narcissus actually, despite it reminding me of Draco's mum in the Harry Potter books blush

Mutt Tue 02-Sep-08 23:58:35

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reginaphilangy Wed 03-Sep-08 00:00:24

Ah but just shout Melia and Cissy ...no-one would know wink

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