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Cats owned: 5 DSH. 2 DLH
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15-12-2010, 07:56 PM   #21

Re: Hello Everyone *Pic Heavy*


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Originally Posted by Velvet.Tears
Do you think its a good idea to name them for learning purposes like so they respond to you when they are older? I thought of Cinnamon for the ginger.
If when you get interested parties at 8 weeks, you could ask prospective owners what they would like to call the kitten & from then on start to call them their choosen name so when they go to new homes they will know their name

Think it would be too confusing to get used to names you had choosen & then have to relearn new ones few weeks later



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Cats owned: 5 Cats
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16-12-2010, 01:29 AM   #22

Re: Hello Everyone *Pic Heavy*


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Originally Posted by Velvet
If when you get interested parties at 8 weeks, you could ask prospective owners what they would like to call the kitten & from then on start to call them their choosen name so when they go to new homes they will know their name

Think it would be too confusing to get used to names you had choosen & then have to relearn new ones few weeks later
Thats a good idea i'll do that thanks



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