My first cat, a siamese, 13 years old, is named Sabrina.
My second cat, a brown tabby moggy, 11 years old is named Teddy Bear. I couldn't think of a name for him, and was calling him Tabby Kitty, and one day was commenting on how he is so sweet and cuddly just like a little Teddy Bear. Since he was already coming to the name Tabby Kitty, I figured Teddy Kitty, then Teddy Bear was an easy transition for him.
My Hahn's Macaw, 10 yrs old, I named Diablo. At the time I got him (when he was just 4 months old, a handfed, sweet baby bird), he bonded to me immediately. I had several cockatiels who had fledlings (baby birds who were just learning to fly). Although Diablo was a sweetie pie to me, loves to snuggle, preen me, give kisses, talks, etc., he was very jealous of the other birds. My two fledling cockatiels, Patience and Fortitude, flew up one day and landed on top his cage. Diable ran over and bit Fortitude on his leg, breaking the poor baby's leg. I took Fortitude to the vet who fashioned a bird splint for him. Well, at the moment it happened, I yelled, You little devil!, so that is how he got his name.
My Cockatiel was my first bird. Cockatiels are native to Australia, and Sydney is a city in Australia. Since I got Sydney when he was 8 weeks old, I didn't know his gender (this shows up in feather coloring in cockatiels around 4 months old), so I chose Sydney because it was gender neutral.
Katreena, 39 year old Alaskan Mama to 1 and 1
Here are a few:
Azure and Indigo, a pair of blue, black masked lovebirds
Sage and Jade, a pair of grey-cheek parakeets (not the common parakeet species)
Nicolai, a green cheek conure
Emily and Isabel, sister caiques and Sparky, a caique ( he came named)
Brody Logan, a lab/border collie mix
Some of my cockatiels:
Morpheus (means god of dreams, as he was a show quality cockatiel and I had dreams of breeding many show babies, but it turned out he didn't know how to mate), and his girlfriend Keziah (she was a cinnamon pied)
Harvey, Sunni (a lutino - all yellow), Jimmy (the sweetest cockatiel ever! who let me pet his babies in the nestbox while he was brooding or feeding them), his mate Fiona, and Jimmy's other mate, Zoe, one of their daughters, Maggie....
four rosy bourkes parakeets: Alpha, Beta, Cappa and Delta
Maximillian, a Maximillian's Pionus I rescued
Lakeisha Renee, a dobie/terrier mix dog (my baby)
Topaz, a maine coon cat (slightly feral but a real regal sweetie)
Charlotte, an orange tabby
Baby Kitty, a white angora mix kitten I rescued and bottle fed but had to rehome due to my severe allergy to her. I had never intended to keep her past weaning, which is why I just called her baby kitty, but I ended up having her for over a year trying to find her an excellent home, which I did.
I think I have missed a lot, but I doubt I'd ever remember all their names. I always had fun naming them.
Katreena, 39 year old Alaskan Mama to 1 and 1
My favorite dog names were a black Newfoundland named Blondie, and a miniature dacshund named Duke.
If the chips are down, the buffalo is empty.
Mason Winston, the big formerly feral mancat
Kissa (KEE-suh, Finn for "kitty") Marie, the sleek affectionate black and brown tabby with a white belly
Sevyn, the blue-grey polydactyl mancat
Tamarind, long-haired brown and black tabby boycat
Lychee, long-haird brown and black tabble grrlcat, Tam's littermate
Photos can be seen on my blog by searching their (first) names.
PJ- mostly white fluffy female cat... named by dd
Painters- gray female cat... named by dd
Mrs. Dot- calico female cat... named by dd
Haku- a ropefish (not sure of gender)... named by me after a character from the animated film Spirited Away
Kim ~mom to one awesome dd (12)
We adopted this cat 7 weeks ago, and it has recently become apparent that she is preggers...so maybe I will be back with more kitty names!
My babies who have gone onto the Rainbow Bridge are Sebastian, my cream persian with copper eyes and Princess, my blue point himalayan. I miss them horribly!
We have Randy a 12# Orange Tabby....thats all for now....
My childhood dog bless her heart was Gracie, a golden retriever.....
My mamas dog is Bob..... Bob its hilarious....
I had a Newt named Newt once.....it got out of its tank somehow and found its way into my closet when I was little say 9 or 10 max and we found him dead and dried up and my dad chased me around the house with him..... sounds mean but looking back it was incredibly hilarious.
My mom has two cats that stay with us named Kurtis and Marlin (She found him dumbed at a truckstop in Florida.)
Black shepherd mix (16 yo) named Shana. We originally named her Shane --we adopted her as an adult and she was so much tougher and alpha than Riley (just like "Shane" was tougher than the little boy's dad in the movie). But we then changed it to Shana when a friend of dh's who is a rabbi told us that "Shana" means Beautiful One in yiddish.
Jane Doe [stray cat]
Angel [angel fish]
Marble [angel fish]
Missy [black lab]
Rex [yellow lab]
Cameo Zha-Zha Half Moon [pure Shitzu]
Ellie [pit mix]
Goldie (golden retriever)
Tyson (chocolate lab)
Kahlua (standard rex rabbit)
Lady (lab mix)
Tramp (golden retriever)
Sparky (poss. shih tzu or japanese chin mix)
Princess (pitbull pup)
Angel (pitbul pup)
Shadow (german shep. pup)
momma to 8 yr old dd. Furmom to our menagerie: 2 , 1, 2 , 2 , and 1 silly rabbit.
In the past, I've had dogs named Spoticus (a Dalmation ), Fannie, Bootsie, Buffy, Ossie, Annabelle, and Sammy. I've had cats named Sue-Lin, Captain Midnight, Kit, and Monster.
Himilayan female cat: Safehaven (cattery) Athena - a beautiful, loving lady!
Himi female cat: Safehaven Kali Ma - and she lived up to her name as a destroyer!
Tabby Cats: Maus (male) Freya (female)
Cairn Terrier: Shannon - he was a great dog!
Somali Red female cat: Kitsune (Jap. for fox)
Somali Ruddy Male: Kaiyote - he has the markings/color of a coyote with huge lion paws!
Started off as my cats:
Jinx (now deceased)
Started off as his cats:
Tiny Tim (now deceased), also known as Timmy (often said with the same inflection as the South Park character )
Came to us when we were living together:
mulder- maine coone cat/pita
We also have Nibbs, the grouchy white cat. I started calling him Nibbsolito Bandito about 12 years ago, long before I ever heard of Skippy Jon Jones. Although, I can see Nibbs being a bandito chihuahua.
We have three dogs (see links in sig); Samson the Dal mix, Ralphie the brown dog and Ruby the Rhodesian Ridgeback. In addition we have Cody the Hamster (he came with the name)
Lady ( arescue dog, we didn't name her) a Lab/Chow mix
Anastatia (who we call Anna) a Collie/Bullmastif
Bec, Married eternally to Dan for ten years. Parents to A (8/17/06) O (12/30/09) one love lost (2/07/09) and my little twin angels (9/24/11, 10/11/11)
Salvador - Black and White kitty
We are getting another Pit (Possibly tomorrow!). His name will likely be Dewgun.
Chloe (choclate lab)
Murphy (white Lab)
Phoebe (springer spaniel)
Harley (german shorthair)
Fudge (cocker spaniel)
Mollie (springer spaniel)
Katie (irish water spaniel??? Maybe she was found up in the mountains wandering by my dad secretary and I told her that we would take her.. my dad was not happy at first)
a gree tree frog named Frank
a ball python named Monty (original, I know...lol. it was named after dh's first ball python when he was a kid)
a betta named Fish
and we have a 90 gallon reef tank and we have all of the fish named but I don't think you want me to name all of those...lol.
Lindsey- SAHM to Skylar (7-12-01), Leah (10-29-04), id twin boys Addison and Riley (6-17-08, born at 25w4d), and Terran (5-29-11, born at 28 weeks)