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We all know that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, sure, but when it comes to cat and dog names, the unusual monikers are the ones that put smiles on all of our faces.
We've examined Vetstreet's database of more than 89 million dogs and 49 million cats to find names that appeared just once, then picked out the long, funny names that had us tripping over our tongues.
We suspect this name belongs to a perfectly petite and perky pooch.
You can't blame her for sneaking in a nap. We're a little worn out ourselves from just typing that name!
We can't think of a name better suited to feline royalty.
He's the one with the waggly tail. Obviously.
She's an awfully pretty little devil, isn't she?
She's bad to the bone. Especially if you give her a particularly tasty one to chew on.
He's the only one who can solve the mystery of the missing tuna. (Not because he's such a great detective; it's just that he's the one who ate it.)
Whether it's time for a fiesta or a siesta, you can't resist those puppy dog eyes, can you?
That's quite a big name for a little kitty!
A name for your favorite friend made up of all your favorite things? Sounds like a plan to us!
We're sure there's a story behind this one, but we don't even need to know. They had us at margarita.
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