Friday, August 17, 2012

Nice to Meet You, Sir

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 Linda was our second winner, and she got to name our mussy tux.

I've named him Sir Reginald Petrie, Reggie or Reg for short. I saw the comments about him looking like a British gentleman after a hard night ;). 

I'm a big P.G.Wodehouse fan, so that got me thinking in that direction.


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It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance, Sir Reginald.

Now somebody, please, hand that lad a comb!!



Thanks so much for selecting an excellent name for the boy.   Nice work, Linda!!


23 comments:

  1. Sir Reggie! Perfect! Love his rumpled day-after look.

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  2. He doesn't need a comb, he's perfect just the way he is. I love me some Sir Reggie!

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  3. Awwwwwwwwww!

    Happy Black Cat Appreciation Day too! xxxx

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  4. Sir Reggie - the quintessential rumpled English gentleman. Lovely

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  5. What a perfect name for this tuxedo kitten! Sir Reginald, you are well named.

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  6. Out of control whiskers!

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  7. Both these names are splendid! Sir Reginald and Aloysius, just precious.

    I'm happy there is such a thing as Black Cat Appreciation Day, which I didn't know until just now. I have a handsome black cat, and I appreciate him very much :)

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  8. Wodehouse loved animals, so I like to think he'd appreciate the nod!

    Tinkerty tonk, Sir Reg!

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  9. I love the Wodehouse reference. All he needs is a little bit of Jeeves' hangover cure, and he'll be ready for anything! :-) Adorable set o'kitties, Laurie, as usual!

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  10. Sir Reginald is indeed a rumpled little charmer.
    I expect Charlene will demonstrate some handy grooming techniques...

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  11. Elton John's real name is Reginald Dwight, and since he was knighted, I guess he is another Sir Reginald! With all due respect to Elton, I think this fluffy Sir Reggie is a lot cuter!

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  12. I have a suspicion that Sir Reginald's knighthood came down through the family, and was not awarded due to his valor in battle...

    ...that is...

    ...unless we are shown evidence to the contrary in the next few weeks of photos and videos!

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  13. What a lovely choice! And I think it's Sir Reginald, not Reggie or Reg. That might be me. Even rumpled tuxies must have their dignity respected.

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  14. Lily and Siam's mommyAugust 17, 2012 at 10:05 AM

    Sir Reginald needs a smoking jacket instead...

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  15. What an absolutely perfect name for this little gent! If you ask my all-black little girl, every day is black cat appreciation day. But I'm extra appreciative of Sir Reginald!

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  16. May I call you "Reg"? You may call me anything you want, darling, just call me. Combing probably won't matter once Bean gets her tongue on that wild tangle of whiskers.

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  17. Perfect name for a perfect charmer!

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  18. If I lived in the same house as this little guy his paws would never touch the ground. He is so adorable I can hardly stand it, lol. I wonder if he is as sweet as he looks.

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  19. I wonder if, with all these antennas, Sir Reginald picks up some good radio stations?!

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  20. Another perfect name for a perfect, gorgeous, handsome tux!

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  21. oh how he looks like my foster Ezra who is going up for adoption today..

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