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I have heard distant meowing under my house well here is what I saw today. I am open to suggestions for their names.

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Smokey and Bandit....they are soooooo cute. Are you going to keep them?

Lavergne Level 7 Mar 27, 2019

Of course. They deserve a chance to have a stable home with food and water.

@Mokvon Wonderful!! So glad to hear that....


Song and Dance was what I was going to name them if I ever had two.

Hathacat Level 9 Mar 27, 2019

Jones and Barker.

itsmedammit Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

Fuzz Aldrin, Colin Feral, Junipurr, Puma Thurman, Wookie, Ewok, Gizmo, Cat Benetar, Bob Scratchit, Kit-T-Cat, Abracatdabra, Ron Fleasley, Pico de Gato, Colin Furrth, Bartholomeow, Leopard Nimoy, Whispurr, Catpernicus, Meowcolm X, Buffy, The mouse slayer, Purrlock Holmes, Purrnest Hemingway, Sir Meows-a-Lot, Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, Richard Pawkins, Tiger Woods, Schrodinger, Romeow, Jude Paw, Meownet

Kafirah Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

Wow you are really great at coming up with name.

@Mokvon I'm full of puns.

Love Junipurr!


Well if they were Meowing...How about Squeaks and Squeaky!

RobertNappi2 Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

So cute. Watch Jackson Galaxy videos for help with the feral cats.

Frctnal Level 7 Mar 26, 2019

Not a bad Idea


Do you have a TNR in area?

Poor little mites. I am glad you feed the wild ones. ? ?

RavenCT Level 9 Mar 26, 2019

Not thing to feed them. I like cats.

@Mokvon Oh I mean Trap/Neuter/Return programs. [alleycat.org]

It's helps feral cats live longer healthier lives. And cuts down on the overpopulation that can happen with a feral cat population.

I had to do it in my old neighborhood. Someone was free feeding but a female left her area and came to mine before she was neutered. So a new area was getting populated with more kittens/cats. In my case we were able to re home the kittens.
But it varies a lot. (In New England the Winter's are pretty harsh for outdoor cats).

Often there are local agencies that will help with trapping and with finding low or no cost vets to aid in the spay/neuter of the ferals.

@RavenCT i understood what you ment but I don't catch them just feed. It is not their fault stupid people dump them. I have had as many as a 20 and as few as 10. This property is rural just open land. I have spayed a few I could catch. But I jave noticed maybe 20 to 30 percent of those born actually live. Past 3 months. Since it is only me. I am careful that they learn not to be to reliant on me. But I won't let them starve. And plenty of water.


Riff and Raff.

Rob1948 Level 7 Mar 26, 2019

How is everyone coming up with such great names. My brains got nothing. Very impressive.

@Mokvon lots of practice... my current cats are Bonnie and Clyde. We have had a Kitty (not my most creative), Harry, (T.S.) Elliot, Charlie, Isadora (Duncan), Jeremiah, Pandora, Ginger, Alex(ander), (Sam)antha, and Vanessa (Redgrave) among others.


Tick and Tack ?

Sheannutt Level 9 Mar 26, 2019

Gender neutral. I like.


Chip and Dale

Kahuna Level 6 Mar 26, 2019

For boys, I like Linus and Henry. For girls, I'll have to think . . . . I like human names for cats. I had a friend who had a fat gray cat named Warren. LOL

orange_girl Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

The name sounds fat too. My favorite cat of all time was Alley.


If I didn't know better , Id say my male has visited your place , but he's been neutered

Cast1es Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

I think there are at least 2 more.


We need to know genders!! How absolutely adorable!! Poor babies!

HippieChick58 Level 9 Mar 26, 2019

They are feral. And I do feed those outside I don't normally touch them. I know they need the wildness for self preservation.

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