People On Twitter Shared How Their Pet’s Names Evolved And It’s Pretty Great
Ever wonder how people get the nicknames they do? How on earth did we get the name Dick from Richard? Or Bob from Robert? Or Ned from Edward? Recently on Twitter, people gave an insight into how these nicknames may have evolved. After one Twitter user shared how their dog's nickname evolved, folks around the Twitterverse began sharing their own pet name evolutions. And the results are pretty amazing!
The purrfect pun.
Behold, the Fluffiest of the Elder Gods.
Not short enough, if you ask me.
You have to Keith 'em guessing!
The simpler, the better.
From Hero to Zero
It really does make purrfect sense.
He might not have been the sharpest crayon in the box, but he sure had the best nickname.
All I can say is ... Poor Rupert.
The wonderful thing about Tigger, is Tigger is a very polite cat.
Now that's one Cool Cat.
Call me Bon. James Bon.
Autocats, loaf out!
How did your cat's nickname evolve? Share with us in the comments!
My first ever cat, Smokette, lived to be 20 years old. She passed a few years ago. In her 20 years, she was rarely ever called by her full name. She went from Smokette to Smo, then on to "Schmo", Smoke-a-Woke-a to S'Mowgli. As she aged, her meow eventually turned into a raspy sort of bleat, so we took to calling her the Old Goat. But mostly, she was Smo. Rest in peace, Smo!
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Tahrn became Tarnicular then Tarhny
Chi became Chi Chi then Monchichi
Tilly became Tillberry
And Archie…Arch, fluff fluff, fluffy, fluffy butt, arsehole, Arch-cheeese…
My oldest cat is named Dot, but we mostly call her Fluffy, Fluff, thunder-fluff, disco-fluff, flufferella, princess fluffy bottom, or my husbands favorite – stinky
I met Bitty Boy, my orange tabby boy, at the last farm where I self-care boarded my horses. His name was Sherbet. Note the correct spelling of this word, SherBET. The woman (who incidentally never bothered to feed him, he was skin and bones), always called him Sherbert. Drove me nuts. So she’d say, Sherbert, and I’d say BET. She never got it. I started calling him Bet, which slurred to Bit, then Bitty. He only ever came when I called him, not when she called him. Probably because I actually fed him. When I moved my horses out, I stole him. Took him home to retire to being well-fed and super-loved. I lost him this year at 18 years old, but he spent the last six years of his life in comfort. My Bitty Boy.
Darby was named by my brother, he was kind of a punk and wanted to name him after Darby Crash. Family wasn’t having it, so he immediately became Darby O’Gill, and almost as immediately, Darby O’Gill and The Little Kitties, Then Darby Doo then Darb, The Darb, D, Doo, and Doo Doo. And eventually Cuddle Boy, Furball and a Half, HR Fluff and Stuff, Fur Bearing Kittyreature, Fur, but always, always Darby.
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