I can't remember every one of them, but I'll try.
When I was ten, I moved in with my mother in TX, and we had a stray mama kitty in the neighborhood that brought all her kittens to our house. Her and her kittens names, to the best of my memory, are the following:
Mr. Morris (who we believe was her "man")
(and about ten others that I can't remember the names of...lol. She had at least three litters on our front porch.)
When I was thirteen, we moved to a home by a lake, that happened to be the home of a beautiful little girl kitty I lovingly named Keykat. She still holds a very special place in my heart. Keykat was truly exceptional...we cared so much about each other...I miss her to this day, and still shed tears when I think about her passing on. She was about nine, and died quite suddenly...I never had a chance to truly say goodbye.
I mourned for quite a while for Keykat. My mother was worried for me, and decided I should find a new feline friend, so she went searching. She came across a kitty who'd lost her elderly human friend not too long before, and had lost everything she'd known. So, Mom came home and mentioned to me that she'd seen the ad for the little one, and asked me if I thought it would help me move on. I decided it would really be best for me to at least see her, and see if I could love another kitty yet. The moment I laid eyes on Katie, I knew she needed me as much as I needed her. We mourned together, and helped each other through a truly rough time for both of us. Poor Katie had tear-soaked fur on more than one occassion, and didn't mind a bit. She was wonderful.
At the same time, we had two sisters who we named Curly and Angel. They werent' quite my kitties exclusively, but I loved them nonetheless.
Shortly after turning eighteen, Katie and I moved out, and I got a very tiny boy kitty named Oscar.
Now, at 25, I have two siblings named Sunny and Hobbes. They are wonderful, and so loving. I'm so happy to have their company, as I'm a housewife, and they keep wonderful company when I miss my husband and daughter while they're away at work and at school. My daughter named little Sunny (very fitting since she's such they're both such happy girls), and my husband and I named Hobbes (after the comic strip Calvin & Hobbes). They are the most loving pair of siblings I've ever come across.
Their mama and her sister lived with my former boss. When I found out both the girls were pregnant, I asked my husband what he thought about bringing home one of their kittens. He was VERY skeptical about the idea, not knowing much of anything about kitties, except that they had fur and long tails.
Eventually, he agreed with my thoughts about a kitty being a great addition to our little family, so we started hanging out with the now-brand new kittens that the first sister, Sarah, had. But none of them really struck a chord with us, or seemed to be the right personality. This worried me...the other kitty had a bit of an attitude, complained about things CONSTANTLY, and just wasn't the happiest kitty in the world.
Soupie gave birth about a month after her sister, Sarah. Sunny was the first to be born...the telltale sign Soupie was having them, because she was crawling around on the floor all by herself mewing. Poor little brave Sunny!! Hobbes was the fourth and final baby born. The two of them bonded immediately...bathing each other, playing with each other, never could the two of them be spotted apart! The more I spent time with them, the more Sunny made it clear she'd chosen me as her human...as well as making it VERY obvious she wouldn't come home with us without her brother.
So, we would up taking them both home with us at about four weeks of age. They were so small, their little bellies fit into our hands! *sigh* Memories...
So, there ya go, with the exception of about ten kittens from the beloved Mama Kitty, those are all the kitty names I've had.
Sorry the story's so long!!!
P.S. I just remembered!! During part of the time we had Keykat, we also had Junior the Russian Blue, Nicki the calico, and Tigger the orange & black tabby.
I had a feeling I'd missed someone!! Lol...