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Ok so I have 2 long-haired Siamese kittens coming the end of October... aka Balinese. A seal point boy and a chocolate point girl.


I've narrowed down the names, but I'll also take suggestions.

For the boy, I've decided:
Bobby (my favorite chef)
Jorge (pronounced George-y or Horhey)


For the girl:
Giada (my favorite female chef, would prolly call her Jada for short)
Godiva (cause she's chocolate point, and I could call her Diva)

I'd also love suggestions though. And no, I'm not some food nut, I don't know what got me thinking of the Food Network chefs when working out names.


Anyways, pictures to follow. The first 2 are the little boy at ~6 weeks. The final 3 are the girl at ~8 weeks. They're both the same age though.











Thanks for looking!
 

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I'm not going to much help with names, but I will say your two little ones are absolutely gorgeous!
 

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Adooorable kitties, but not Birmans---no white "gloves". I'd read somewhere long ago that it's always better to give pets people names, as they are loved and looked after better than if they're called "Diva" or "Princess" or "Chief" or such. I don't know about Spanish pronunciation of Jorge tho. Some names that end in -ie -ee, cats seem to respond to better, maybe "Georgie" instead?
 

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Love the name Bobby, not a fan of Flay, think he's rather pretentious.
Was a big fan of the original "Iron Chefs" Sakai.
BTW. Lovely kittens.
 
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