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Conclusion to the Name That Cat Saga

Because you demanded it!

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After a lot of waffling, we have decided. I know this because after paying to have it engraved on a collar tag there is no way I’m letting the spawn change their minds again. I loved a lot of the Tablet suggestions (Mayhem Bialik slays me every time, and Bella Abzug, sigh) but we ultimately went with (drumroll) Slinky, the suggestion of Tablet commenter Lisa Kaiser! (To be fair, my older daughter came up with it independently. But Lisa, you win bragging rights.)

The cat’s full name is Slinky Herminia Sivivona Steuer. Slinky because it works well with Yoyo (our other kitty) and because she is a very slinky little cat. Herminia because that was her name at the shelter (aka her slave name) and Sivivona from Sivivon, because we got her on Hanukah. Thanks to everyone for playing.

Next slow day, Tablet’s readers can name our fish.

Earlier: Name the Cat

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Bernard Baum says:

We all know that’s no contest . It is and always will be “Gefilte”

I’ve said that least 2968552 times. The problem this like that is they are just too compilcated for the average bird, if you know what I mean

If you haven’t gotten to where you are going, you aren’t there yet.

I wish more people would write sites like this that are in actuality profitable to read. With all the thistledown floating around on the trap, it is rare to pore over a place like yours instead.


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Conclusion to the Name That Cat Saga

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