Wednesday, March 28, 2007

name my kittens

One's a boy and one's a girl but I don't know which is which. They both very nearly died, but they are doing much better now. They are very good at miaowing, squirming around their cat carrier and have even dabbled in a little purring. So, any suggestions for names?
Added: Tracy points out that in the top photo the kittens claws look like it's teeth. I hadn't noticed that, but it is true. I think it looks really, really funny.

11 comments:

Tracy Leigh said...

oh man they're sooo cute!

cristi said...

AGH! I want them!!! but alas, i'm not allowed. call the boy pepsi and the girl cola.

look at the bum holes, thats how u figure out the sex. i thought you knew that?

cristi said...

better yet, call the girl "liewe lulu", my favourite song, sung by none other than Blackie Swart.

stuart said...

thanks cristi. thats really helpful.

I've already called a dog pepsi because of you. what is it with you and the name pepsi?

Andrea said...

Oh my goodness they are cute!!!!

Call them Andrea and Andrew-ha ha! So bad with pet names-mine always end up being called cuddles or bullet or something...

Check you soon dude!

cristi said...

really, so glad you value my opinions on names. i thought u named the dog "guiness" because of me. thats why i didn't suggest u call the kitten guiness.

stuart said...

i think you're right. I'm sure you did offer pepsi though.

cuddles! bullet! that's it!

Sanisha said...

if the one with blue eyes is a boy then call him Frank, after 'ol blue eyes Frank Sinatra, and so by default the sister could be called Sinatra.

Frank and Sinatra, i think thats cute, just like they are.

stuart said...

could call the girl Nancy!

will think bout it. thanks.

the (very tentative) names at the mo are calvin and scarlett.

any ideas where these names come from?

Sanisha said...

calvin without the hobbes and scarlett without the o' hara ?

stuart said...

yes!

They may be siblings (and indistinguishable) but they are their own kittens dammit! they wanna live their lives as individuals, not some double act.