Monday, May 30, 2016

Kitten Carrier :: One Hundred Fifty

Still small enough to slip into the pocket of my apron, still without a name. It's kind of fun though, because people are sharing their suggestions.

Couscous... Sadie thinks he looks good enough to nibble!

My mom wasn't the first one to suggest Thor. Sometimes small and cute inspires big, strong names.

My nephew, Riddick, says, Figaro, and I agree. He's exactly like Geppetto's kitty.

From Hans, we have Catty McCatface.

Both Becky and Liz suggest we play with his Tuxedo markings... Tuxy?

There are more, like Oliver, Theodore, Oblio, FooLight, Lawrence, Father Christmas, and Joshua Falken.

Sooner or later, something will stick, one name, and a handful of nicknames, too. We're having a good time testing them out, waiting to see.

With Infinity More Monkeys, a picture a day.


Alicia said...


Tracy Batchelder said...

Still adorable!

Janece said...

You're killing me with the cuteness! It's such a happy death. ;)

Anonymous said...

He's such an incredible sweetiepie. I name all my animals after plants (don't know why)! Misty is Mistletoe, Belle is Bluebell and Dilly was Daffodil. Elvis - our first dog who shared our first home - well, I don't know where I got that from but it really suited him! You'll know when you've found the right name.

Jennifer said...

We're not suggesting you actually do it -- because that would go against the spirit of the thing -- but we do have a special place in our hearts for Catty McCatface.....