What’s in a name?

We usually name our pets according to their personality or how they look.  Sometimes we use movie characters, like the time we named our black labrador Charlie because of Charlie’s Angels (Now I wish we named him shadow because he always follows me around).  Then there are those times when we think we’re funny and name our bull dogs Daphne (Sorry if you named your bulldog Daphne) or when an “Aha” moment hits you and you thought you were such a genius for coming up with such a brilliant idea of naming your smart dog Einstein, only to discover he’s dummer than a rock and everyone who meets him asks you how you came up with that name.  But for most families, the kids will name the pets.

Last week, we got Cj – aka The kid – a beta fish…

Can you guess what she named him?   Well folks, I’d like you to meet…


9 Comments Add yours

  1. hahaha! I love it! And we’ve been thinking about getting a beta too… I can’t wait to hear the names they come up with! (They wanted to name their youngest brother Shumpy. No idea what it means or where it came from.)

    1. Christine says:

      I’m dying to find out. Let me know what they name Mr. Fishy.



  3. godadventure says:

    Well, I’m one of “those” people. My Airedale Terrier is named…….Elizabeth Taylor.

    1. kathy says:

      Hahaha. Does she have violet eyes?

      1. godadventure says:

        Nope but maybe I could get her colored contact lens.

      2. godadventure says:

        No but I suppose I could get her colored contact lens.

    2. Christine says:

      too funny… you’re one of those huh. Well I’m sure she’s beautiful.

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