No Name Kitty gets a Moniker
No, honey, she doesn’t need glasses. Moniker. It means “name” in fancy-pants talk.
First things first: thank you everyone for sharing your suggestions and stories. Because of you, the kitty formerly known as No Name now has a name!
Without further ado, allow me to introduce…
JM Randolph – Catniss
Susie Lindau – Caliope
ridicuryder – Spike
Not to leave him out, Louis got a new nickname too.
No Name Kitty is now completely overflowing with names. And they both now have totally awesome rule-the-zombie-apocalypse nicknames. But unfortunately, neither Callie nor Louis is available for comment at this time.
I think it’s a language barrier thing.
Aw .. I’m only just catching up on my fave blogs now and missed your call for names. But their new monikers are great – love the zombie nicknames! And I think Callie is such a sweet name for a kitty – seems to suit her perfectly 🙂
I think so too! And I wanted a longer name that would have a nickname. Callie is sweet 🙂
Lou-Slayer’s monster ears look like an early apocalypse warning system for your tri-state area. A Zombie would have to be preeeetty quiet to sneak up on him.
Marky Mark! (I know, but it’s the first thing that popped into my head.) You should see them head on, they’re like gigantic bat ears. I actually put him in a post about living alone in the country, and he was part of my zombie first defense system. But Lou-Slayer is more ironic than accurate 🙂
beautiful cat! Looks just like my Slipper! Lovely!
Thanks! Cats are nice little friends, aren’t they?
For sure! Good company and totally unconditional – well with the exception of feeding them!
Haha, I know! That’s the only time my cat gets irritated at me.
Awww, love the new names, though I could certainly empathize with her “old” names. We had a cat for years that had a revolving door of new nicknames, so much so that we eventually forgot her real name! They were very unimaginative nicknames, too, like black and white kitty, kitty, kitters, buckle (no idea where that came from), etc.
The bad part about this is, in my head I consider her name to be “Callie”, but I keep calling her Kitty. Capital K.