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Please name my kitten (pictures)

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Bluwilllowtree Wed 08-Mar-17 07:43:22

I have a one year old ragdoll girl called willow, and this is my 8 week old birman male kitten my dh thinks it needs to have another nature name but I'd convince him otherwise for the right one! So far I've called him blue, but I'm not sure it's 'the one ' please help! Thank you brew

isadorable Wed 08-Mar-17 08:57:32

I'm really surprised you got to bring him home at 8 weeks that is very young for a birman to leave its mum. He's lovely - what about Jasper or Louis?

Wishiwasmoiradingle2017 Wed 08-Mar-17 08:58:57


Lf803 Wed 08-Mar-17 09:01:25

He's a little prince for sure!

Bluwilllowtree Wed 08-Mar-17 09:07:09

Isadorable, I know it's very early but he had been separated since new born as mum wasn't able to feed him sadly and they lost his brother/sister sad as I understand it 8 weeks is the absolute earliest they should be able to leave (I know 12 weeks is the optimum age), he's very happy and adores my older girl, she's like a mother to him smile love those name suggestions, wish I love that one! That's a strong contender! Thank you smile

Bluwilllowtree Wed 08-Mar-17 09:07:39

Lf I agree !

MOIST Wed 08-Mar-17 09:08:46


Call him Hal

MoonfaceAndSilky Wed 08-Mar-17 09:20:02

Sooo cute....
They're the only nature names I can think of, that would suit his cute little squidgy face grin

Stilllivinginazoo Wed 08-Mar-17 09:26:29

What a cutie!!!
On a non nature theme he looks like a big fluffy marshmallow(mallow for short)grin

isadorable Wed 08-Mar-17 10:32:21

How sad for him and I bet he's delighted to have you and your cat to look after him.

Trustyourself2 Wed 08-Mar-17 10:32:32

Very cute. Sky or Colonel Mustard (of the mustard seed). Or Twinkle (of stars).

Choosing a name is so difficult!

YesItsMeIDontCare Wed 08-Mar-17 10:36:26

Oh I think Bear is a fantastic name for him. Or Teddy Bear, then you can call him Teddy or Bear, or (most likely) Mommy's-Little-Booful-Baby-Boy.

YellowDinosaur Wed 08-Mar-17 10:39:36

He is so so cute. We have a cat called Lion, which was a combination of my son's choice and also it suited him in an ironic way as he was a real wimp as a kitten. I was reluctant as I always thought animals should have people names but I'm pleased we went with it as it really really suits him now!

I like Bear

thisismadness77 Wed 08-Mar-17 10:41:39

We had a Bear and a Moses. A friend had a Mouse. smile

Kiroro Wed 08-Mar-17 10:58:01

I like Bear!

Bluwilllowtree Wed 08-Mar-17 19:23:53

Thank you all for your brilliant suggestions! I really appreciate them all smile stillliving funnily enough my sister said marshmallow (mallow) I love that! Yellow we've also discussed lion! Love that your son was involved in choosing it too! Sadly my ds is 2 so if I ask him it will probably be Peppa or ben'olly (Ben and holly) grin going to tell dh suggestions tonight!

cozietoesie Wed 08-Mar-17 20:58:30

He's clearly a 'Fred'. grin

flumpsnlumpsnstuff Wed 08-Mar-17 21:11:13

Frank after ole' blue eyes

DartmoorDoughnut Wed 08-Mar-17 21:12:41

No ideas but wow he is gorgeous! <considers divorcing DH so I can get another cat>

diddlysquat0 Wed 08-Mar-17 21:13:22


cozietoesie Wed 08-Mar-17 21:32:22

I'm a firm believer in calling very beautiful and aristocratic cats - which he clearly is smile- by names which would have fitted Victorian under-gardeners. (Fred, Bert etc etc.) anything other than their pedigree names! grin

OutnumberedbyFurchesters Wed 08-Mar-17 21:36:40

I thought Oakley too...

Gorgeous boy!!

cheeseandpineapple Wed 08-Mar-17 21:38:55

I'm not a cat person but even I can tell he's very cute!

Oakley is a great suggestion.

Or how about Panda? He kind of looks like one!

DianaMemorialJam Wed 08-Mar-17 21:40:00


Willow and elm


Longdistance Wed 08-Mar-17 21:45:56

Prince as he's creamy grin

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