(I may or may not have told my boyfriend that if my Valentine's gift does not bark or purr I am giving him up for adoption.)
  1. Isis
  2. Anansi
    West African spider god
  3. Nyx
    Greek goddess of night
  4. Serotonin
    Sara for short
  5. Elektra
    For a black kitty maybe
  6. Phoenix
    For a ginger kitty
  7. Norepinephrine (Nora for short) for a sister, Epinephrine (Ephrine) for a brother. Dopamine for a hyperactive cat, get it? You can call her Minnie.
    "Oh your cat's name is Ephraim?" "No, Ephrine."
    Suggested by @cinderstina
  8. Here are some names we've had for foster kittens over the years:
    Pippin, Avery, Alice, Bruce, Raven, Winnie, Stella, Harry, Marley, Maggie, Nellie, Tabby, Jackson, Felix, Tully, Piper, Fred and George (they were ginger twins!), Lara, Juno, Atticus, Thomas, Ed, Dexter, Lily, Axel, Ava...
    Suggested by @kaitmaree
  9. More:
    Tux, Beatrix, Bruno, Scout, Jem...
    Suggested by @kaitmaree
  10. Amitriptyline
    Ami for short
    Suggested by @Boogie
  11. Barnaby
    Suggested by @jannychan
  12. Farnsworth is my go to name suggestion. Sometimes Sir Horatio Farnsworth or Lady Annabelle Chumley-Farnsworth. I like a name as long and ridiculous as possible.
    Suggested by @jennifergster
  13. Buster
    Can be an homage to Arrested Development. Buster Cuddles was the name of my beloved cat that I had from college through the toddlerhood of my second child. It suited him perfectly: he was both tough and snuggly.
    Suggested by @Dashelamet
  14. Kit Kat
    If it is a chocolate colour kitten?!
    Suggested by @Diplomatic_diva
  15. Melatonin (Melly)
    Magnesium (Maggie) Valerian (Val)
    Suggested by @Boogie
  16. In the spirit of seratonin...Lexapro! You can nickname her Lexi if she's a girl, or Lex for a boy!
    Suggested by @jhope71