Help me name this kitten,

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  1. Mike Eskimo

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    She looks like a Bengal. If so, you lucked out. Bengals are great cats, and purebred ones go for a lot of money.

    We have one that we adopted from an animal shelter. Ours came named Booka, apparently because she talks a lot. Seriously, she answers if you make a comment with her name in it, or even if you just say "cat." Not only is Booka a talker, but she has the loudest voice I've ever heard on a cat, even though she is a tiny cat. We can hear her in our back garden which is all the way on the street in back of us. Unfortunately, Booka came declawed too, which upsets us greatly. Booka is also very affectionate and pretty much always wants to be with us (on us).

    Enjoy your new family member, and please do keep all of your cats indoors.
     
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    Either Tina or Sharknado. Your choice.
     
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    After we took a good friend’s cat when he moved down to New Orleans last year, we found out that it was a LaPerm.

    Oregon barn cat with a bad 80’s perm .

    A ferocious rodent eradicator though. Simply brutal assassin .

    It’s cool to try to figure out when you don’t know. And then if think you know and you read a laundry list of their traits you’re like - oh my God - of course, that’s exactly what it is.
     
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    I named her Lutherburger, thanks lol.
     
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    Looks like a standard grey tabby to me. Very pronounced "M" on her forehead (which is typical). I'd call her "Emma" or "M" for short.
     
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    Hands down the loudest purr of all my cats.
     
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    Dorian... like the hurricane that landed in your yard
    Mynxsie... My great aunt's name born in 1908
    Cleo... My grandma's name, also the song Cleo's back
     
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    Yeah, for some reason that came to mind... or maybe Dorothy (Wiz of Oz!) :lol:
     
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    has her tail been bobbed?

    she would be an american short hair most likly a mix
     
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    Emma was already taken by my late cat Emma.

    I see the M, crazy cool.
     
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    I like Cleo or Chloe.
     
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    Sh*thead ….nevermind, that was a dog
     
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    As she's been declawed I'd call her Fangs. (Who on earth does that to a cat?)
     
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    Paca. African swahili for cat.
     
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    Anyone who is lucky enough to get a young kitten, I tell them that on the first day, get them used to you trimming their nails.

    Our big 16 or 17 pound bruiser almost falls asleep in my lap when I trim his front nails - purring the entire time.

    It doesn’t take much to remove the razor blade aspect and still leave them with weapons.

    The 7 lb one we got a year ago as an adult ? Try to trim her nails and it’s a good way to end up in the ER
     
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