My husband and I are getting a cat in a couple of months, courtesy of his parents. We don't know the sex but we got a picture of it from when they were first born; in the garden at my in-laws' house. Miraculously they weren't eaten by snakes. @PapaFish88
and I have been in a battle over what to name our new kitten. We don't know the sex of it yet but we have finally on two names for a female, and two names for a male. And so far we've heard that this cat is the most active of the bunch; the one always climbing and lying on the others, the one mewing more than the others, etc. So... as per usual... we are bringing our debate to the mighty Xanga to allow this mattered to be settled by you wholesomely unbiased *cough* Xangans.
The names we have chosen are:
Not the correct spelling but this is "milk" in Japanese, well, mewmew is.
A Greek virgin maiden who was "seduced" (which normally actually means raped) by Zeus who then turned her into a hefer to hide her from his ever-jealous wife, Hera.
From "Clash of the Titans" 'cause she's so pretty.
^ Also from Clash of the Titans ^
Sticking to the "Greek Mythology" theme. Hades is the God of the Underworld, tricked by his brother Zeus into taking up this job which he was none-too-happy about. Hades is also used as the term for the afterlife.
Pronounced "smog", we had to make sure our children could pronounce the names we've chosen. Lol! Smaug is the dragon from a little known book called "The Hobbit". Smaug terrorized the entire dwarven kingdom of Middle Earth, stealing the treasures that they dug up in their mighty caves. Think of Moria in Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring.
We were really debating on whether or not to name it JarJar Binks, Smaug, or Balrog, another great Tolkien character/villain. Plus we had to choose something that our boys could pronounce. We even tried leaving it up to the children to decide but Aidan said "Singo" and Isaak said "Castle". LOL! Boys.
So, lovely Xangans, give us your input. Choose one male name and one female name and we will announce the final decision laterz.