questionswhat silly nicknames do you call your pets?

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I have two toy poodles, I call them munchkins and rascals usually. I also call them my cute little baby girls <3

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The dog is Weasel-face and the cat is Fuzzball (not the names my kids gave them). They respond to my names as enthusiastically as to their "official" names.

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I have a Border Collie named Maggie, but we tell everyone that her real name is No! No! Bad Dog Maggie! She is such a "busy" dog.

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I have 2 Danes and 2 Dobermans. The danes are mine. The silver merle is Merlin, but I call him Slobber Bucket. The chocolate merle is Ara"Bella", but I call her Cujo and my husband calls her Hannibal. My daughter named her dog Aggie (after Texas A&M, black dobbie), but I call her Agatha or Hagatha just to piss my daughter off. (I am a Longhorn) My mom's doberman, Aja, we call her knot head because she has one, and digger because she digs all the time.

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We regularly use 'Nard-Dog' -- Yeah, we watch too much The Office too.

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@pyxientx: My cat is named Aja too, after the Steely Dan album.

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i call my 2 cats my little boys, my chicken nuggets, sexy little nuggets. and chunky monkey for the fat one. they can't understand me but i say it with love anyway so it's cool. my dad calls them rascals too

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@w00tgurl: Awwwww... yes, they do hear the love. Indeed they do. :-)

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My cat "WHEEZY". <-----I'm sure you can guess why.

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I call my Great Dane so many nicknames he answers to anything. But the most common are "doggle doggle", "brathead", and "dogface". Also "baby boy" or "babydog" (which gets me funny looks as he's 135lbs), "sweet pea" and "sweetie pie".

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@nastyducky: i forgot one, i also call them my little "meow meows"

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My cat, KC (Kitty Cat) is regularly called Fuzzball...cause she's fuzzy.

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Oh boy. Clearly I have no imagination.

Here are the pet names. See if you can match them with the appropriate animal.
- Yellow Cat
- Gray Cat
- Blue Bird
- little dog (though she does get called Gabby for Gabrielle, at times)
- big dog (though she also answers to "Get Off of Me!" as a close second)

from the set of {big fat tabby cat, sleek cat, a blue Conure, a Yorksire Terrier, a Great Pyrenees}

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I'm bad with nicknames or terms of endearment...everyone I know has several and the dog has so many I'm surprised she knows her real name (Sophie). Here are a few: Sofe, Sofity, Sophie-ness, Sophie-Sue, Miss Sue, Spasimodo and Frogger.

My last Aussie was Tara, her names: Tara-bear, Miss Bear, Pooh-bear (or just Pooh) and Mrs. Bearbowski.

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I used to call my sister's cat "vile creature"...in a loving way of course :)

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Rico is more commonly known as Houndy, Devil-dog or Pesty-dog. Chuck is Chuckie of course, but also Chucksie, Chucksel and Chucksella. The late, great Roscoe was often referred to as His Royal Houndiness.

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I called my hamster a cannibal hamster since it ate the neck of my sister's hamster and killed it.

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My dogs are the McAssButt brothers. Stinky and Pissy McAssButt.

On special days, they lay dear me and take turns crop dusting - while they sleep. On VERY special days, they will fart themselves awake and look at me with upturned noses- as if I made that smell happen.

Also, Thor gets called T-Bag a lot.

Loki gets called the little piggy (in the voice of Cartman's optimologist) because he makes piggy noises and prefers to "taste" the world.

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I have lots of nicknames for my dogs so I'll share a few (They are all my Monkeys).

Brindle Pug named "Taboo": Tabby, Tabinator, Tabbysaurus Rex, Tibby Tab, Macro Monkey.

Brindle Pug named "Loco No No" (she spins a lot - brain issues): Micro Monkey, Microbe, Dizzy Dog, Brainless.

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One is Boogie Head. It came about because she's a black dog and whenever she would get eye boogies, they would just stand out so much.

The other one has several: Piggy, Fatty, Pig, Fatty BumBlastie... yes, there's a theme. She's actually not really fat, she just looks like a pig and she farts a lot:

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My cat is officially called "The Intern" to everyone, but mostly I call her B or B-cat. Now that she's getting past the kitten stage I've had to retire "lil'B" and "BabyB" because she is no longer little OR a baby. (I know, aw.)

I called my previous cat Roo (which had nothing to do with her name) because she was bouncy like a kangaroo on occasion.

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I have a white rescue cat.
When we first got her everybody had to call her "Simba". She was a little itty bitty kitty, and growled at everybody. Luckily I have thick skin.
A year later everybody's been calling her "Baby", because we have an old 15 pounder cat, and Baby was maybe 6 pounds and cute.
Now, another year later Baby is called "Monster" a lot. She's maybe 18 pounds, mostly bone and muscle. She can literally jump from 10 feet away and land on you; she'll climb up onto your arm and then growl at you if you have chicken. She likes jumping over the coffee table to land on me if I'm on the couch. I think it's funny that she still has to "kill" anything we give her. She likes stealing a potholder, kill it for a few seconds, then she'll hide it.
she's still cute (to me) but she's getting to be a monster.

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My doberman is called Goofball so much, he answers to that, as well as his name.

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my mom has a mini poodle that is such a pain in the butt,I call her booger, sometimes boogie.. at first my mom said it was gross but now she calls her that too, and the little booger always comes when she is called, "booger".