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Thread: I need 'old man' names for a cat - suggestions welcome

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    Don't call my name, Alejandro.
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    Arthur
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    Stanley
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    Of course, "Mr." in front of a name makes it sound more old man too.


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    Lol, I love it when cats are named Mr something.
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    Herbert
    Jasper
    Milton
    Sheldon
    Wilbur
    Ambrose
    Angus
    Cornelius
    Buford
    Godfrey
    Ignatius

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    Somehow, all the cats I've ever had were female. I'd go with Gaston if I ever got a male. Somehow French names rreally work for cats. Also like Maurice, Felix (of course, though boring) and Francois.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Lol, I love it when cats are named Mr something.
    IMO, it gives them an almost whimsical kind of dignity. A knew of someone who had a cat named Mr. Perkins....huge silver tabby.


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    you guys are on fire! you are old man name generating machines!

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    I had one years ago named PJ - Percival Julius.
    i love that name.

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    Ignatius. That was on the short-list for my son's name. Not sure if it's an old-man name though I do like it.
    hahah that's my brother's name. i could name him that after him i supposed.

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    Albert

    Tobias
    August
    love these too. i think i'd lengthen it to augustus though.

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    Harvey
    Abe
    Reuben
    oooh i love reuben. and it's kind of an homage to peewee herman.

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    Cornelius
    i love cornelius.

    what do you guys think of octavian or octavio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    what do you guys think of octavian or octavio?
    Sounds too much like a sneeze. Practice saying the name out loud a lot. You will be using it daily.

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    I like Baxter and Monty.
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    There's Algernon too, can be Algy for short.
    My favorite poem:

    Algy met a bear
    The bear was bulgy
    The bulge was Algy
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    oooh i like monty! maybe i could call my cat uncle monty, after this guy, from one of my favourite movies ever:
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    That would be funny, Sput....but that character gave me the heebie jeebies something fierce! So....icky.
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    lol i know
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    what about wilford?

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