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Other names perhaps reinforce the myth that black cats are somewhat sinister, which of course they are not.
Some of those names for black cats are rather whimsical but still may be your choice if they suit your cat.
Black Cat Names : What to name a black cat.
Have fun naming your black cat, hopefully the above list of black cat names will help.
Black and white tuxedo cats look very formal and distinguished as if all dressed up for a swanky affair.

Other names I’ve used for black or partly black cats (I foster for a rescue group so have named a lot of cats): Jackie (as in Robinson) and Rosa (as in Parks) were littermates; Martin (as in Luther King) and Corey (I wanted to name him for Coretta Scott King but he was a boy); Zelda; and a lot of names that are on your list: Salem, Pepper, Zorro, Gypsy, and Java (his littermates are Explorer, Linux, and Firefox!).
I always had cats growing up and I always loved black cats so my mom got me my first black cat for my 16th birthday I named him stryder and I am now almost 26 and married and he is still with me today and I now have a black cat named bubby that ive had for alittle over 5 years and a new black kitten that im calling tango but I really like the name binx aswell.
I have a stray black cat named GiGi,by the cat in Kiki’s Delivery Service,and another one named Chocolate.One day ago a little black kitten came crying he/her eyes were closed,were thinking 2 call it Buttons,or some other name.
@anonymous: i have 7 black cats, cola,onyx,salem,elvira,batgirl, batman and anew but havent decided a name and i alice cooper but have a cooper already.
An excellent list of names but, I let my black cats tell me their name (Ya gotta listen to them when they talk to you).
All of our black cats showed up within a month of Halloween (different years of course)! Our daughters named the first one Binx because of the Disney movie.
@anonymous: My lovely cat Guinness passed away just over two weeks ago aged 19 and a half, i miss her too…now picking up a black kitten from France but I have to choose a name before Monday night before she goes to the vet to be chipped etc.
Still waiting for her to inspire the right name but I have a black and white female called Saga (Sags for short), a black female called Lois (aka LoLo) and a black male called Manny (aka Mr Manny Mankins).
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Now that we’ve shared our list of names for black cats, including some truly magical cat names, maybe you’d like to share a few names of your own.
If you’re looking to name a new pet of your own, check out our list of traditional and not so traditional black cat names.
Yes, you can name a black cat virtually anything you want to, but sometimes it’s fun to choose cat names according to the characteristics of the individual animal.
There are quite a few names for black cats in circulation.
The ancient Egyptians believed black cats brought good luck, while many Europeans believe they carried bad omens.
For those of you who like to buck the trends and overlook the obvious, we even have some names that would be quite ironic when given to a black cat.
Lancelot: The most trusted of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, Lancelot would make a great name for a bold boy kitten.
Caesar: If your kitten acts like an emperor in a fur coat, Caesar might be an appropriate name.
Garfield: Star of cartoons and movies, the tubby tabby Garfield might share his name with your kitten.
Casper: Everyone’s favorite friendly ghost, Casper is a great name for a white or almost-all-white kitten.
Houdini: Can your kitten escape from any room in your house? If so, Houdini might be the perfect name.
Oliver: For a hungry, orphaned kitten, consider the name Oliver, after Oliver Twist in the popular Charles Dickens’ novel.
Milo: Name your kitten after the precocious orange tabby that starred in the 1986 movie, The Adventures of Milo and Otis.
Aslan: Name your kitten after the bold and loving lion in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.
Domino: Let your kitten’s coat color help you come up with an appropriate name.
It’s the perfect name for a kitten who thinks he owns the world.
Felix: Entertaining us since the 1920s, Felix the Cat is a great name for a black-and-white kitty.
Sylvester: Tweety Bird’s nemesis in the Looney Tunes cartoons, this name is great for a black-and-white cat.
Oreo: For a sweet black-and-white kitty, Oreo is a great name.
I have a rescue cat that is pure black with brilliant gold green eyes who loves the night so we named her Mud after the goddess of the night.
Sunshine is a nice name for a multicoloured cat (orange, ginger, black, white, brown) with a sweet loving personality.
Her name is Kato (like in the green hornet) because she has a black band across her eyes.
Submitting my cats names – all 3 are black.
Friend named black cat HOOVER because he looked like the inside of a vacuum cleaner.
A good name for a black cat is spirit but I did not see it in your list perhaps you should add it to your list.
My three year old male black cat is named "Punk" – and my new 8 week old male black cat is called "Pagan".
i just wanted to tell you my cats names to see if you think they are magical (they are to me ), one is called Tinkabella and the other one is called Banjo.
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Noisy cat 09.14.2014 For the cat name Meaowsi My cat Meaowsi (Mc Dervie) Meows constantly! He meows when he sees you, when he stretches, when he wants to be picked up, when he wants loving.
What little are you thinkiing, Zotz? 08.16.2014 For the cat name Zotz, aka Zotzer, Zotzy A favorite childhood candy was called Zotz.
If you're looking for fresh, inventive names for your black kitties – then you've found the right spot! Here you will find more than 100 distinctive, original names listed for cats that are black so you won't be stuck with just good old "Blackie" or "Shadow" to call your dark haired pet.
'Ink'a empire 09.10.2014 For the cat name Inka the Inca Empire was very strong and powerful.
Because your newly adopted family feline deserves more, and all black cats, no matter their breeds, are so gorgeous and yet mysterious, he or she should have a special name.
my cat shiloh 08.19.2014 For the cat name Shiloh i had a cat called Shiloh who had one eye but he was killed on the road R.I.P Shiloh.
Mischief she suits her name 10.10.2014 For the cat name Mischief Mischief is my 9 week old kitten.
Roxy 09.18.2014 For the cat name Roxy How I got that name because it was my old cat’s name and it’s a mix of Rocky and Cici off of shake it up.
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What was the cat’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! The T-800 Model 101 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" (1991) tricks the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) into revealing that it has killed the Voights, foster parents of John Connor (Edward Furlong), by deliberately calling the Voights’ dog by the wrong name during a telephone call.
What was this dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Short Cuts" (1993), LAPD officer Gene Shepard (Tim Robbins) spends most of the film loathing the family dog, and he eventually abandons it many miles away from the family home (only to retrieve it later).
By what *incorrect* name did the T-800 call the family dog?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (1993), Jack Skellington (voiced by Chris Sarandon and Danny Elfman) has a ghostly dog whose name is actually a number.
What’s the first letter (the initial) of this dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! Riggs isn’t the only character in the "Lethal Weapon" series to have a pet — Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) and his family have a cat.
What is the dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In 1974’s "Jaws," an early sign that a shark is cruising the beachgoer-filled waters of Amity Island is evident when a young man’s dog, who has been fetching a stick for him in the shallows, is suddenly nowhere to be seen.
What is the cat’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Lethal Weapon" (1987), we learn that LAPD officer Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) has a dog.
What is Data’s cat’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Rocky" (1976), Adrian (Talia Shire) gives Robert "Rocky" Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) a bulldog.
What is the number?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Strange Brew" (1983), Bob McKenzie (Rick Moranis) and his brother Doug (Dave Thomas) have a dog with an unusual name.
What is this dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In the first two films of the "Alien" series, Warrant Officer Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) has a cat.
What is this dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In the John Grisham courtroom drama "A Time To Kill" (1996), Jake Brigance (Matthew McConaughey) has a dog.
What is this cat’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! The dog in "Poltergeist" (1982) has a rather unusual name — an initial followed by a one-syllable word.
What is the dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! Here’s an easy one, if you’ve seen the film.
What body part is a part of their dog’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Star Trek: Generations" (1994), Lt.
What is this puppy’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! In "Back To the Future" (1985), Dr.
What is this cat’s name?Dogs and Cats in the Movies! During his travels, Navin R.
These names all speak to both the cat’s color and the superstitions surrounding black cats in U.S. culture, and are still simple enough to keep you from getting strange looks and questions from friends and family.
Naming them can be somewhat of a challenge though, because some names that are good for other cats just don’t fit the black cat with the bright yellow or green eyes. has made up a list of names suitable for black cats that range from normal and expected to unusual, and even to silly (some of the names below do not appear on this list).
Black cats can have many names, and some are more appropriate for the black cat than they might be for cats of other colors.
There are many other names appropriate for black cats, many are on Cattime’s list and many that likely aren’t.
Regardless of whether you feel that they are good luck, bad luck, or neither, black cats are still very lovable and don’t, in reality, portend anything more than cats of any other color.
Dusky, Ebony, Blackie and Blackberry are also simple names, but a little more neutral with regards to superstition and still fit black cats very well.
In other cultures, like the U.K., for instance, black cats are considered good luck.
Tricks, Hocus Pocus and Genie are appropriate, and even Halloween-y, if you want to allude to black cats being agents of magic.
U.S. superstitions center around black cats being witches that had transformed themselves, and thus, black cats are associated with black magic.
In many cultures, such as U.S. culture, black cats are considered an omen of bad luck, if not just bad luck themselves.
It took hours, days, weeks to Mum and Dad to chose our names ! They made each a name list, then did a quick “yay or nay”, then waited, re-read and re-re-read and re-re-re-read the list endless until the chosen name appears clearly.
My dad was getting tired of me tossing names out and asking opinions, so he finally said what about Memphis Belle? (He was in the middle of making a model of the Memphis Belle bomber at the time) I think it surprised him when I fell in love with the names! Belle suits her perfectly, she is a sweet but sassy little southern belle, and Memphis I think fits with the southern theme with how laid back he is.
According to a vet last week, Harvey Dent was lucky and didn’t have any noticeable health problems in his lungs or heart, though many do because of underlying health problems.
Nash Hand and Amelia Forsythe, of Port Charlotte, Florida, named him Harvey Dent after the character’s Two-Face alter-ego in Batman.
In Christopher Nolan’s 2008 blockbuster film The Dark Knight, Harvey Dent is played by Aaron Eckhart, once a clean-cut district attorney.
The couple were initially shocked to see one of Nene’s litter had not one but two meowing faces and decided to give the cat a chance despite criticism that it might be cruel to keep such an animal alive.
I am trying to contact family members of other VP-54 veterans and by extension, any surviving Black Cats, to tell them about a project and ask them for any help they can offer.  We are in the process of setting up a Veteran’s Forum featuring these PBY crews and want to archive as much video footage as possible from a series of interviews with the vets themselves, so we are casting about in hopes of locating as many as we can.  Any of you who have been fortunate enough to have listened to the tales told by a parent or relative who served know what a treasure these stories can be.
Ilavsky from Cleveland, Ohio.  My Dad flew in US Navy PBYs, Black Cat Squadron VPB 71, Air Crew PBY-5A and PBY-6A, Samar Philippines, from 1942 – 1946.  He was a AMM 2/C, the head mechanic who rode in the tower.  My Dad passed away at the age of 85 on 4/28/2008.  I have my Dad’s flight log – 1942 to 1946, and his photo album.  In his photo album is an article on the rescue of the Navy bomber crew from the escort carrier USS Shipley Bay, the pilot was Lt.
If you tweet the hashtag #EnviaMalaSuerte (translation: "Send bad luck") with the name of the team you'd prefer to lose, some cat food will drop into that team's bowl.
Why listen to logic when there's a feline (named Lucky, natch) who can—and will—tell you who will lose the World Cup.
Whichever bowl Lucky chooses to nosh at—well, that team will not win the World Cup.
Sure, we could listen to pundits or statisticians to try to predict the outcome of the World Cup final on Sunday.

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[10-17, 02:53] <paulo27ms> The whole anime industry is nowhere close to being worth that much too, it's funny they think they "lost" more than what they ever had.
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[10-16, 21:29] <Kawaii!!> Does anyone know if all of the Fate/Stay Night episodes will be 48 minutes long?… I guess that would be asking too much of Ufotable.
[10-17, 04:47] <()blivion> This one has bothered me for many years.
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[10-16, 19:34] <xell17> kek that "兄&#34; is the moon symbol for older brother.
[10-16, 13:21] <MCR75> What program is good for reading raw manga? I feel like microsoft picture viewer is lacking.
[10-17, 03:55] <Robert Franklin> The value of music that gets pirated exceeds the total amount of money on earth.
[10-16, 21:41] <Kawaii!!> =(…. Thanks.
[10-16, 21:22] <Groom> they start ply game and retire anime perhaps.
[10-16, 06:50] <Mirenkorax> Its got a 30 minute interview with Yoshiyuki Tomino.
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But what about in North America, where the puma is a native species? Surely a black morph could have arisen here? After all, countless sightings of seemingly very large all-black cats claimed by their eyewitnesses to be melanistic pumas have been reported all over this continent (most especially in the east), and continue to be today.
In 1998, American mystery cat investigator Keith Foster of Holcolm, Kansas, informed me that what had been reported to him by the person concerned as being a "glossy black puma" had been shot and killed in Oklahoma several years previously after it had been killing sheep on his father’s farm.
As for South American mystery cats, I believe Marc van Roosmalen has documented an "ethnoknown" unspotted large black cat in the upper Amazon region, and collected a skull comparable in size to a large male jaguar's, but with some noticeable differences (I can't remember exactly what, but I think someone else examined it and agreed it was noticeably different from a typical jaguar skull).
The two most commonly-voiced identities for Britain’s elusive ebony-furred mystery cats, as well as those reported in continental Europe, North America, and Australia, are escapee/released black panthers (i.e. melanistic, all-black specimens of the leopard Panthera pardus) and black (melanistic) pumas.
If they kill black pumas all the time, why haven't they ever saved a carcase of one and submitted it for formal scientific identification and examination? To date, no scientifically confirmed black puma has EVER been documented from North America – fact.
I've lived in Sarasota county and Charlotte county Fl most of my life and people have seen black panthers more often than cougars including me.In 1966 when I was 12 I was on a school bus going to Englewood from North Port around 8am when I seen a black panther run across the road right in front of the bus.It lept across the road in about 3 leaps and was gone.It was totally black and had a long tail and like I said earlier there has been more sightings of black panthers than cougars.There was a story in the paper in the 80s about a mother with cubs went after a old person on a 3 wheeler and the person had to put the bike between the panther and himself until a car came by and chased it away.
As only its throat (as opposed to its entire ventral surface) is white, as it compares in size to a large black jaguar (and hence is evidently bigger and burlier than a puma), and as it has a tufted tail (an extraordinary feature possessed only by the lion among known felids), I do not personally consider the onça-canguçú to have any relevance to the question of whether black pumas exist in South America.
This provides crucial evidence for discounting such cats as the identity of Britain’s, Europe’s, North America’s, and Australia’s pantheresque mystery cats, because these latter felids, just like bona fide black panthers (and also like melanistic specimens of the jaguar Panthera onca), are black all over.
Yet although exceedingly scarce today, black pumas do seem to have been more common in past ages, certainly in South (even if not in North) America, because there are a number of reports and even one or two early illustrations of such cats, sometimes dubbed ‘couguars noires’, in archaic natural history tomes.
As if the jaguarete had not muddied – and muddled – the taxonomic waters sufficiently in relation to black pumas and black jaguars, South America may also be home to a further melanistic mystery cat, and of quite prodigious size, as documented by me in another of my books, The Beasts That Hide From Man (2003).
I wondered if they were seeing a black jaguar, which would have been wonderful on several levels or perhaps the elusive/mythical black puma; cougars are known to live in this part of the state, although now rare.
"Certainly, it comes complete with jet-black upperparts, slaty-grey underparts, and white chest – very different from normal pumas, which are either tawny brown-rufous or silver-grey (the puma exhibits two distinct colour morphs), but matching precisely those few confirmed black puma specimens.
This is because some reports claimed that the jaguarete was much larger than either the jaguar or the puma – a claim lending weight to the prospect that a third, far more mysterious black cat may also have played a part in this much-muddled felid’s history.
Over the years, a number of explanations for claimed sightings of native black pumas in North America and escapee/released non-native black pumas elsewhere have been put forward, proposing that they are merely normal pumas observed under abnormal conditions.
Moreover, as some jaguarete accounts spoke of a black cat that was notably larger than normal jaguars and pumas, perhaps the yana puma is not limited to Peru, but also occurs in Brazil.
In addition, I have seen various online mentions of an enigmatic taxiderm cat dubbed the ‘Cherokee cougar’ that has been claimed to be a black puma.
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Ustinov was quoted to say: “For being the Cradle of Texas Liberty (The Alamo), I’ve never seen so many cry babies in my life.” This is my choice for the worst movie ever made.
Greg & Dale: I’d have to agree that “The Beast From Yucca Flats” is the worst movie I’ve ever seen.
When I saw the movie for the first time, I thought, “WHAT HAVE I DONE?” Ever since then, I’ve had to live with the fact that I was responsible for their foisting that piece of garbage onto my fellow viewers.
Okay, I have to say this, because I know I’ll have uninformed viewers saying “it’s the ‘Black Cat’ with Karloff and Lugosi”- tonight’s film is one I’ve never shown while with our current stations, though I did run it back at a previous place of employment.
I’ve never had the (dis)pleasure of seeing “The Crawling Terror,” but it sounds, well, terror-able! By it’s title, it sounds like they tried to capitalize on the popularity of 1958′s “The Crawling Eye,” (aka The Trollenberg Terror) with Forrest Tucker & the pretty Janet Munroe.
I was watching film historian Tom Weaver’s audio commentary to “The Wolf Man” last week, & he pointed out the opening credit background of the fog shrouded forest was used in other Universal title sequences, and the interior sets for Sir John Talbot’s mansion were reused for “The Night Monster” and other films.
My identical twin brother almost freaked out when the old lady in the film, through time lapse camera effects, transformed herself into a hideous old crone, crackling, “I am the Octopus–and I’m going to put my tentacles around you!” It scared the heck out of me, too.
Thanks for movie suggestions — but I’m a little wary of clicking on any old “download free” site.
If you do wind up seeing “Snowman” – let me know what you think I can’t say too much about the movie or I’ll give it away.
Tonight’s movie was enjoyable, but Hugh Herbert’s “hoo-hoos” will never take the place of Curly Howard’s “woob-woob-woob-woob-woobs.” Once again, poor Bela Lugosi was under-utilized in the film, and got gut shot for his troubles.
This is a fun movie, with Broderick Crawford as the agent hero- comedian Hugh “Hoo-hoo” Herbert as the nutty antique dealer- Basil Rathbone as one of the relatives, as is Alan Ladd- Bela Lugosi as the eccentric groundskeeper-and Gale Sondergaard as the housekeeper.
Dale: I loved your funny story about requesting “The Beast of Yucca Flats” for your local horror show — I can just imagine YOUR horror when you saw how dreadful it was! But of course there is redemption: you could always suggest some harmless public domain title in the future; “The Giant Gila Monster” is one of my favs in that category.
He then said, “Really, I’ve seen better movies on a Kenner’s Give A Show projector.” If you don’t get it, ask someone over 50.
My vote for worst movie of all time is the politically incorrect flick “They Saved Hitler’s Brain.” Some additional footage was added by UCLA students to pad out the running time of the original movie.
BEAST was one Tor Johnson movie I’d never seen, and, knowing absolutely NOTHING about is utter lack of quality, I was curious about it and asked my local Canton, OH horror movie hosts if they could get a print and show it during their semi-regular Request Month.
Worst movie I ever saw? I’d say RANCHO DELUXE, with its stupid frat-boy “humor” and stereotyped girls.

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