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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by ASATKat, Sep 6, 2019.
Myself, I like Suzy Q for lotsa reasons James Burton just turned 80 (Happy Birthday JB) and James will tell Ya that he and Dale Hawkins got the name from Howlin' Wolf....so that's a pretty good pedigree and pedigree is one of Triple H's favorite finishing moves in the ring. So...Ya...Suzy Q.
The name Sela is a girl's name of Hebrew origin meaning "rock".
a Hebrew word of unknown meaning at the end of verses in the Psalms: perhaps a musical direction, but traditionally interpreted as a blessing meaning “forever”
Tasha Yar's kid?
Cat's (and kittens) are so smart. They know right where to go to find a cat lover! Congrats on your new kitten. Sounds like she found the right home! As far as names, I like Lucky or Loretta.
Don't worry about the declaw. Our grand kids got a declawed Maine Coon (beautiful cat with an amazing personality) as a kitten and it has nooooo problem hunting mice, birds, moles, spiders or any other creature that ventures into the yard. Watching him in stealth mode at the edge of the lake waiting for an unsuspecting duck to get too close (they never do thankfully) is an amazing thing.
Hope the bastard responsible gets what’s due to him (or her). Anyway, name, Gizmo
I had to look that up
I agree with Claudette. That seems to fit.
Inca..... like an Inca Silver Telecaster
But this kitty is an indoor girl with no claws, just to make that clear.
PK, short for purty kitty!
I'd be tempted to get another one and call it "RC cola"
I'd call her Boots for no particular reason, I just think that's a good name for a cat.