How about “Wrolph or ”Hurrel”?
Just saying, but know of any cats named Rover?
The kids on the Brady Bunch had a dog named “Tiger”.
How about they name the kitten “Wolf”?
Having lived with both for years, I can testify that cats barf and inappropriately piddle a LOT more often than a well-trained adult dog.
Just call the cat Fluffy !
It’s amazing that the kitten didn’t run away (or move) around the dogs…
So, training a cat turns into a existential journey of self discovery and awareness. …nope. Lets chase it up a tree.
I think they’re both baking up the wrong tree…
How about “Hurks hairballs on the bed”? Or “Rips up the furniture”? Or “Yowls all night”? Or “Slashes the hand the pets it”?
Ya think???? Why haven’t the other purple cats shown up to hiss at the youngun? Neighbor asked me to help train her kitten in cat ways, then got annoyed when he ignored her. Got another kitten. Couldn’t figure out why the older kitten didn’t like the younger one. I got the kittens to play nicely together and now she says the younger kitten is ignoring her. On her way to becoming a Cat Lady!
It’s not gonna come when you call it anyway!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Just call him ‘Spot’.
I love the kitten!
Don’t forget “costly to maintain on a yearly basis” (too long for a name?)
Cat names:“Barfs in my shoes”
“Shreds the curtains”
“Regurgitates hairball on the comforter”
“Sheds all over everything”
See, Poncho? There are plenty of appropriate names….
July 26, 2014