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post #31 of 51
Jenny, you must have a sign above your house kitties can see! He's a doll...welcome home #6!
post #32 of 51
Awww what a great story! I wanted to see what others said before I suggested one. Love the name Beauregarde with Beau for short. Also like Bastien Sounds like Sebastian.

for your father
post #33 of 51
Thread Starter 
I like both Beau and Bastien but there are slight problems with both. I have a friend whose son is Sebastien (Basti for short), and it might seem odd to call my cat that. Also, I live in a hamlet called Le Chenai, which is part of the Commune or Mayoralty of a small village in the valley called Le Bo. A cat called Beau from Le Bo? Does it matter? I am toying with Bonaparte - a tribute to my beloved Napoleon, it revives the Wellington/ Napoleonic duo and it is a 'B'. But I am not sure he looks like an Emperor. Right now he is certainly 'Boney', which was Napoleon's nickname (the Emperor, not the cat). But more ideas, please!
post #34 of 51
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A cat called Beau from Le Bo? Does it matter? I am toying with Bonaparte - a tribute to my beloved Napoleon, it revives the Wellington/ Napoleonic duo and it is a 'B'. But I am not sure he looks like an Emperor. Right now he is certainly 'Boney', which was Napoleon's nickname (the Emperor, not the cat). But more ideas, please!
Maybe he is from Le Bo so a cat called Beau from Le Bo would be appropo.

I also like Bonaparte but would his nickname be Bonnie?
post #35 of 51
Bertrand?
Bonnechance?
Benoit?
post #36 of 51
"Boney" sounds good to me! Don't you love how cats decide to "rehome" themselves? They certainly know how to find a "sucker"!
I swear we have an invisible sign outside our house that says, "Homeless cats are welcome here!". You definitely have one!
post #37 of 51
I think very simply. Bon Ami is what I came up with.

But I like Bonaparte!
post #38 of 51
I had thought of Bonaparte and just thought of Bernard.

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Maybe he is from Le Bo so a cat called Beau from Le Bo would be appropo.
Linda? Are you huffing correction fluid?
post #39 of 51
I think it's the glue stick.
post #40 of 51
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Linda? Are you huffing correction fluid?
LMAO!!!!!! I think there is a sign that only kitties can read for those of us who are addicted to helping kitties. Ive got one that travels over my head. I took Bruno for a walk today and stopped and saw a pretty black cat in front of a friends house and it followed me to my house. Good thing I keep that food dish outside otherwise Im sure it would have tried to come in...
post #41 of 51
Aww he looks like my Wiggies. What a sweet little guy! Lucky he found you.
I like the name "Bonar" that Karen suggested, or Boney.
post #42 of 51
of your current crop of suggestions, i like...
Beauregard
Bonnechance
Bon Ami
and Benoit
... what about Beau Rien? just kidding! what about Bon Temps?
what a lucky & smart guy! BTW, you said he's brown & white? 'cause in the pic he looks black & white
post #43 of 51
What about

Bertie or Basil
post #44 of 51
Jenny, here's my two contributions:

1. Babar, yes he's an elephant, here's how he started:

Story of Babar

After Babar's mother is killed by a hunter, he finds his way to Paris where he is befriended by the Old Lady.


Okay, your not in Paris, your not an old lady, and he isn't an elephant, but I like it.

2. Blaine, means thin, lean one. (Also my DH's name )

I loved reading your story of this little guy, some things are just meant to be.
post #45 of 51
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1. Babar, yes he's an elephant, here's how he started:

Story of Babar

After Babar's mother is killed by a hunter, he finds his way to Paris where he is befriended by the Old Lady.


Okay, your not in Paris, your not an old lady, and he isn't an elephant, but I like it.
I LOVE Babar! That's an adorable name. An adorable name for an adorable kitty, what could be better?!
post #46 of 51
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Poor thing. You think he talked to the ponies and they recommended you as a meowmy?
I think the spirit of Napolean brought him to you, just as he did Biscotte.

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Originally Posted by jean-ji View Post
Jenny, here's my two contributions:

1. Babar, yes he's an elephant, here's how he started:

Story of Babar

After Babar's mother is killed by a hunter, he finds his way to Paris where he is befriended by the Old Lady.

Babar or Bonaparte sound wonderful.
post #47 of 51
He is SO cute!! I can't believe he just made himself at home like that.

I like the name Beau too.... or maybe Buddy? hehehe He looks so fuzzy and sweet!!
post #48 of 51
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Originally Posted by jean-ji View Post
Jenny, here's my two contributions:

1. Babar, yes he's an elephant, here's how he started:

Story of Babar

After Babar's mother is killed by a hunter, he finds his way to Paris where he is befriended by the Old Lady.


Okay, your not in Paris, your not an old lady, and he isn't an elephant, but I like it.
OMG that's so funny - I think he should be Babar just for the funny story!

Sorry to hear about your dad Jenny, I hope he recovers soon! Sounds like this little guy was just what you needed to come home to - he sounds like a doll!
post #49 of 51
Aw, he's beautiful... welcome home, little fella.

How is your father doing now?
post #50 of 51
Oops -- forgot to vote on a name! Do you remember a wonderful TV show from 'way back in the early '80s called "Tales of the Gold Monkey?" It was set in the years just before WWII, on a French island in the South Pacific. The hero was a daring young man who piloted a beautiful old seaplane for hire... the girl singer in the Casablanca-like lounge at the little jungle hotel was secretly a spy... and the great Roddy MacDowall played the French hotel owner and magistrate of the island...

...and his name was Bon Chance Louie! So I think Bon Chance (or Bonnechance, if that's more correct) would be a perfectly lovely name for your new baby!
post #51 of 51
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Originally Posted by CarolPetunia View Post
Oops -- forgot to vote on a name! Do you remember a wonderful TV show from 'way back in the early '80s called "Tales of the Gold Monkey?" It was set in the years just before WWII, on a French island in the South Pacific. The hero was a daring young man who piloted a beautiful old seaplane for hire... the girl singer in the Casablanca-like lounge at the little jungle hotel was secretly a spy... and the great Roddy MacDowall played the French hotel owner and magistrate of the island...

...and his name was Bon Chance Louie! So I think Bon Chance (or Bonnechance, if that's more correct) would be a perfectly lovely name for your new baby!
Lucky Louie!!!! LOL I like Bon Chance!
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