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  1. #1
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    Naming A Cat

    I am feeling honoured to be a name-nerd! A friend of my sister's has asked me to help name her cat [a female cat] and who better to ask than the Berries? She would like something that is not a human name [Charlotte, Emily etc.] but not a typical pet name [eg. Fluffy] She has another cat called Lord Cavendish and the new one looks like this
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    Thank You

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    I'd call her Ophelia. Or Lady Ophelia, to continue the aristocratic trend. I know it is a person's name, but it's so rare!

    Other suggestions:
    Astoria
    Briar
    Capucine
    Capri
    Elowen
    Fable
    Fallon
    Faye
    Fawn
    Feodora
    Hallow
    Hiver
    Lilou
    Maple
    Meadow
    Sage
    Tilly
    Beatriz
    (bee-ah-treesh)
    Loves books, tea, art, history, music, horses and names.

    Amelia Charlotte ● Clarisse May ● Elizabeth Victoria "Eliza" ● Fleur Isabelle ● Louisa Hazel "Lou" ● Rosalie Claire "Rosie" or "Rosiclair" ● Francesca Maude "Frankie" ● Georgiana Blair "Georgie" ● Theresa Adelaide "Tess"

    Frederick Archer ● Everett Lloyd ● Theodore Eames "Theo" ● Matthew Howard ● Frank Holden ● Edmund Wyatt ● Thomas Mendel ● Elliott Leopold "Leo" ● Taddeus Jude "Tad"

  3. #5
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    How about:
    The Dutchess
    Lady Cavendish
    Mrs. Winchester (or something like that)

  4. #7
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    Moxie - if it fits her personality.
    meaning: courage, determination

  5. #9
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    Oh thank you everybody! I appreciate your help.

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