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#1 mewsings

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:28 PM

original.gif   Want to help me name my rescues ?

They are going really well, Mum is much better and I can pat her and pick her up, but she will jump at sudden moves - but that's a massive improvement on the hissy-spitty-scratchy kitty I had to catch in a trap 3 weeks ago.  I've called her Ramblin' Rosie.

The kittens, in my biased opinion, are the cutest rescues on the planet.  I have to come up with some really great names to help catch people's attention so they get adopted -  but I'm quite crap at naming kittens with 'normal' cat names, so help !!!

Photos to inspire you :

Smudged Tortie

The cutest Calico Tortie girl

Ginger rescue

The whole rescue family

Rosie herself

Inspire me please - I was thinking botanical names as a reminder of where they were found ?  What do you think ?

#2 PurpleNess

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:31 PM

No ideas on names but gee now I want another kitten, sooo cute!

I like Thunder for the smudge for some reason :-)

Good luck with the rehoming.



#3 mewsings

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:35 PM

I should add that there are 5 kittens - two photos didn't turn out so I'll update later.

#4 la di dah

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:43 PM

That first smudged Tortie, oh my goodness the face.

They're all super cute. Dangerous thread. Tounge1.gif

I guessed the torties were girls and the orange was a boy, on the averages, if that's wrong I'll come back with new names:


Ramblin' Rosie and
Chocolate Cosmos or Black Peppermint - Chocolate Cosmos is a pretty dark-but-not-black flower I like.
Posy-patch (...she's patched, I'm lame...)
Clem(entine, if girl)

#5 *Ker*

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:51 PM

Boys or girls?

I did plant names for all my fosters - well, the first 26 anyhow!

Girls:

Poppy
Lily
Ashley
daisy
Jasmine
Acacia
Anise
Fern
Fuschia
Heather
Holly
Indigo
Ivy
Laurel
Lotus
Pansy
Saffron
Xeni (protector of plants)

Boys:
Bracken
Cotton
Sage
Yarrow
Pepper
Aspen
Oleander (Ollie)
Forest
Kale
Reed
Ashton
Huckleberry
Jasper
Cypress
Oak
Logan
Acer
Sequoia
Cosmos (Cosmo)
Aster
Basil


#6 Prioritising Pooks

Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:57 PM

Can we name them "mine"?

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Botanical, eh?

What about some Australiana like...

Acacia
Waratah
Banksia
Wattle
Gumnut
Kurrajong
Desert Pea/Desert Rose
Bottlebrush
Blue Gum
Myrtle

Hope that helps.

Those kitties are so lovely, I am very clucky for kittens at the moment. All the best.



#7 FeralRebelWClaws

Posted 11 December 2012 - 05:03 PM

Fleur, Rose, Lotus.

I like Kers suggestions of Sage and Jasper for boys...

#8 Ireckon

Posted 11 December 2012 - 05:09 PM

The ginger one should be saffron.



#9 CaSPer79

Posted 11 December 2012 - 06:50 PM

Ar cute.

No help just wanted to say Rosie looks like my Mishka except Mishka is fatter in the face  biggrin.gif .




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