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post #1 of 26
Thread Starter 
Hi, I am new here and came here to learn more about cats. I am getting a siamese kitten in 2 days and have yet to come up with a name.It is a female and the parents are seal point siamese. I tend to like cutsie names, food names, and names that kind of go with how my pets look. I have read some of the names on the forum and so far kind of like Jasmine, Skittles, Ginger, Apple. Please help and suggest some names for me as I am running out of time.This is really my first cat so I am at a loss........
post #2 of 26
Samosa or Pikora is a cute food name for a siamese. they're little indian dumpling-like things.

I like food names too. I named my mom's cat Pita

don't forget to post pics of your cutie when you get her!
post #3 of 26
Welcome and can't wait to see her pic. Sorry I'm not good at names.
post #4 of 26
We're looking forward to seeing your new little girl's picture, that will really help us in finding a name for her. I find so often they name themselves as you get to know each other!
post #5 of 26
If it was a boy I would suggest "Ah Choo" and "Chewy" as a nickname.

How about:

Topaz
Moon
Cinnamon
Bindy
Jewel
Misty
Mia
Kyla
Kira (pronounced "keer ra")
Kokia


Here is a link to some nice Japanese names.

http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/japnames.htm

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post #6 of 26
How about the names of the Siamese cats in "Lady and the Tramp?' Si and Am.
post #7 of 26
GOD Bless your Precious Baby--Enjoy her!!

Consider: "MING"
post #8 of 26
Yin and Yang?

I try to name my cats based on their personality and also incorporating the initial of one I love that has passed.

Spike is a bad ass, plus the sp stands for my bridge baby Sparky.

Fang is kinda different. I got him after Spike, and I wanted another tough name, plus he has a broken incissor.
So his formal name is Fangless, FAng for short, and the F is for father.

Pansy just could not be named a tough guy because he is.. err.. quite frankly a Pansy. And the P stands for Paul, my father's first name.
post #9 of 26
Cheering, Dillah, Misha
post #10 of 26
What about Kinnaree? In Thai legend the kinnaree is half woman (front half) and half swan (legs, wings, tail). She is known for her excellence in dancing, music and singing. Considering how gracefull and talkative Siamese cats are I think this would be a great name.

You could even play with nicknames like Naree, Kinny, Reeree, etc.
post #11 of 26
how abouts "Cookie" like my cat :p
post #12 of 26
where are those pics lady!!

hehe we wanna see your new babycakes
post #13 of 26
Don't name your little baby until you see him/her. They'll soon show you their personality - and sometimes a name will just spring to you We actually have an animal communicator at our shelter and sometimes when a cat is really down, we have her in to have a "little chat" with them to see what's up. It's funny how well it really works.

We had a cat come in who was called "Bastian". He was brought to us because his owners couldn't control his behaviour and then he got really depressed and disruptive. They figured out that he was stressed, and thought that the best thing would be for him to find a home where he would feel more comfortable. Turns out that he didn't like the name Bastian. When he was "asked" which name he would rather have, he told our communicator that he would like to be called "Hannibal". We changed his name - and literally 5 minutes later, he didn't respond to "bastian" and his character changed for the positive in an instant! We were stunned! I've tried it a few times, and if you "ask" the first name that comes to mind is usually what they want Call me strange if you like, I know it works
post #14 of 26
Thread Starter 
I am trying to figure out how to post a pic . I have a picture of her when she was 3 weeks old , obviously from a few weeks ago. Anyway it says I am not allowed to post images? I am not sure why?
post #15 of 26
I'm not really sure, but I think you have to be a member for a certain period of time and have a certain number of posts before you can post pictures.

Unfortunately I don't know what those limits are.
post #16 of 26
Thread Starter 
Ok well thanks, i guess I will post the pictures when I am allowed to ? By the way I love the name Chynna. Now that I see it it is one that I am considering. I love the way you spelled it also.THanks so much for the suggestions and keep'em coming because I still haven't decided..
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by Siamesemommy View Post
Ok well thanks, i guess I will post the pictures when I am allowed to ? By the way I love the name Chynna. Now that I see it it is one that I am considering. I love the way you spelled it also.THanks so much for the suggestions and keep'em coming because I still haven't decided..
actually, if you store your pix remotely, like a photobucket or flickr account, you can post now. i think the limitation is for attached images. i personally use photobucket. it's free - i think flickr is, too, but i can't access it from school due to the firewall, & i can get to photobucket just fine.
post #18 of 26
You can alway give the little darling a Siamese/Thai name. I googled "Siamese cat names" and several sites popped up with lists.
post #19 of 26
We have several meezers, they are like chips!

Kismet

Meezer

Memphis

Natasha
post #20 of 26
Mocha or Maui
post #21 of 26
Siaya.....?
post #22 of 26
hey! that's my name

well close anyway...
post #23 of 26
Can't wait to see those ! I think you should wait to see her to actually pick a name, but one that is cute and came to mind was "Shumai" (they're cute little Asian dumplings --pronounced "shoo-my").
post #24 of 26
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How about the names of the Siamese cats in "Lady and the Tramp?' Si and Am.
They are little rascals though
post #25 of 26
They're out-and-out villains!

I recommend Butterscotch.
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by JellyBella View Post
Can't wait to see those ! I think you should wait to see her to actually pick a name, but one that is cute and came to mind was "Shumai" (they're cute little Asian dumplings --pronounced "shoo-my").
oo I love this name! and those little dumplings are delish too
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