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I had to put my 15 year old cat down right before Christmas. His name was Joe Willie (I named him after Joe Namath). I miss Joe Willie terribly but I've been thinking about getting another kitten. I definitely want an alpha male cat. I'm trying to come up with a new name. My 2 names right now are AJ or Julio. Let me know what you think or offer alternative names like maybe "Barrett".
Coop. just looking ahead. See ya changed your BOL name back to the original.
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Barrett or BJ after Jones, but I guess BJ opens him up to some jokes. I do like Coop or Cooper. Was Joe Willie an inside or outside cat?
A Maine Coon kitty might make a good Alpha male The neighborhood dogs would live in fear.
Male Maines can get up to 25 lbs.and are reported to have a gentle personality.
This post was edited by 442Bama 14 months ago
Just thinking of the future ... I like "Henry"!!! Of course Cooper or AJ is good too.
Or you could go with Derrick and cover the past and future pretty good. Thomas, Oden, Lassic,Henry and probably a few that I missed.
a good name for a Cat, Stevens.
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Joe Willie was an inside cat. he had been neutered and declawed and he hated me after doing both to him but I couldn't have picked a better name for my kitten because he definitely had Joe Wilie's "tude". I miss him and I'm going to replace him when things settle down at work and my name right name is "Coop". I love that name but I will wait until I get the kitten to see what his name will be.
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