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nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 21:53:44

We've just taken this poor boy in, he's 4 months old and we're his sixth home sad however he doesn't have a name. HELP me think of a name for this little bundle.

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 06-Nov-15 21:56:11

Bertie.

How on earth has he managed 6 homes in 16 weeks?. Does he turn into a werecat or something.

nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 21:57:08

The person before us had him for 2 days before deciding that he was too much hard work.

Wolfiefan Fri 06-Nov-15 22:00:56

From that picture he looks like a Tangle!
Socks?
Bertie is lovely.

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 06-Nov-15 22:01:17

Young male animals of most species are hard work.

What a fuckwit he was. So no one named him at all? ours answered to "kittens" but I think he'd answer to anything if I tacked the word food on the end.

Vinorosso74 Fri 06-Nov-15 22:02:09

No inspiration on names, my brain is tired but he's gorgeous!

Pipestheghost Fri 06-Nov-15 22:02:29

Bertie is a great name smile

nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 22:04:21

I don't think so fluffy, when I asked what his name was they said that they hadn't given him one and that the owner before them hadn't mentioned a name. I think the poor thing is confused from being pushed from pillar to post.

Wolfiefan Fri 06-Nov-15 22:05:23

Hard work? That's why I have two kittens! They tire each other out. It works. Sort of!
wink

cozietoesie Fri 06-Nov-15 22:07:40

I rather like Bertie for him. (Or Bertram/Bertrand/Albert if he's in disgrace. He has a look about him that says he'd be in disgrace.......not infrequently! wink)

nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 22:09:09

We already have Bert for a rat sad my house is turning into a petting zoo!

MantaRayBay Fri 06-Nov-15 22:11:11

George? He seems like he fancies himself a bit of a prince. He is gorgeous btw. Hope he settles in well.

cozietoesie Fri 06-Nov-15 22:11:25

Is he to be a permanent resident? (And when does he relinquish his pom poms?)

MrsLeighHalfpenny Fri 06-Nov-15 22:11:42

Clive?

hugoagogo Fri 06-Nov-15 22:12:04

Ah bless him.

I like Hugo grin

shutupanddance Fri 06-Nov-15 22:12:44

Poor chap! Hes lovely. Socks also like Bertie.

shutupanddance Fri 06-Nov-15 22:12:55

Im liking clive

nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 22:13:33

Cozie he'll be staying and having the snip when he's settled in.

timtam23 Fri 06-Nov-15 22:14:56

Poor little scrap. How kind of you to take him. Yes I think something ending in "ey" or "ie" would suit him. Bertie is lovely. Clancy? Albie? Ernie?
I have a Dudley which I think is a good name for a cat. DH used to have a Murphy.

I have always wanted to name a boy cat Poika which is Finnish for boy. However DH has always said that's a silly name blush

Salemthecat Fri 06-Nov-15 22:15:05

Walter, Humphrey or Arthur.

cozietoesie Fri 06-Nov-15 22:16:39

I have a sense that that one will best suit the snip just as soon as you can book him in - he has the look of a bruiser in the making! grin

TheSpottedZebra Fri 06-Nov-15 22:16:49

Clive is nice.
Also, Rolf and Percy.

hugoagogo Fri 06-Nov-15 22:17:32

Our puss is a rescue and a bit of a handful, but we never considered taking her back!

Now we love her to pieces.

Also liking Clive

nightmarehair Fri 06-Nov-15 22:19:58

He'll be meeting the resident cats once he's settled in. confused

cozietoesie Fri 06-Nov-15 22:21:36

Ah - he's a Bruce. (A good calling name as well with the addition of an 'ie' to it to make Brucie. smile

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