and my favorite:
Miss Jack's Feline Feast (Missy and Jack)
Miss Jack's Feline Feast is a contender. I'd buy it just because it sounds like A Boy Named Sue.
I'm not sure if this would fly, but since my cats are Delta and Decimal, I'd just put a big triangle (symbol for Delta-greek letter) and a dot in the middle (to look like a decimal mark). If I had to give it an actual word title, I guess I'd go with "De-De" to keep it simple and not give either cat top billing
De-De with the symbol. what would be in it is another thing, feta cheese? (feta cheese and lamb. as far as i know, cats don't like spinach or grape leaves.) haha. hey, i always say the stinkier the more cats like it, feta isn't as smelly as it is salty though. i used to use bleu cheese crumbles in a salad dressing i made but i never thought to offer it to the cats. i call Diotima "Missy D" and "De-De-Bah".
BeBadie ??? Not sure it would sell a lot
i can think of worse. This actually reminds me of Abady, which I've never tried because it's so expensive.
My name would work if I only had Autumn and Ramona because I could just call it "Aura". Or Cosette and Dante make "Coda". It gets tougher when I try to add in Galileo though, or combine all of my cat's names into a brand name. How about "Gaauradaco"? "Cats gau rad over delicious Gaauradaco!"
aura or coda both are excellent names for cat food, i think. of course i had a cat named coda so i would think that lol. i still think they're good brand names.
Gaauradaco reminds me of Guacotaco, and cats eat avocado, obviously, because of Avoderm. how well they like it, i don't know, but i'm pretty sure my cats would pick the lettuce and tomatoes out of a taco and eat the shell, meat, cheese and sour cream. now that I've said that, i believe that will be the next Doritos flavor: Guacotaco. sounds kind of yucky though hahahaha.