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Bianca: It's Italian for white, and a seeker of truth. Blanc is also nice. It's French for white.
Lily is the perfect name for a white pet if it is female.
Whats the color have to do with a name?
I had three white cats in my lifetime and all didn't have anything to do with their color.
Freddy,Herman and Oscar.
I name them according to their personality.
Me, too. In the old days, I had a Black and Blackette. Now it's Simon, Oliver, Trudy, and other real names. :-)
I currently have a (mostly) white cat; she's a mixed-breed part flame-point Siamese--has the blue eyes, and orange-y bits on her ears and face; some on her back, but, she's largely white. Her name? "Bobbie." Why? She has a stubby 'bob-tail.' ;-)
Daisy is cute. Our white cat was named Frankie, but that is because he had blue eyes (Frank Sinatra's Blue Eyes).
My niece had a white female dog named Sugar. We thought about Flour--LOL. I'm with Tracie, though, I go more by personality or what hits me. My dog is Gizmo, and my cats are Oliver, Katie, Setzer, Simon, Trudy, and Jazmine. I prefer real names. but there are some cute white-themed names if a person wants to go that route. I have friends who named theirs Casper and Cotton.Those are cute.
We once had a white cat my daughter named Princess because of her color. To her, a white cat is obviously a princess. Maybe because of Snow White.
I name my cats on their personality. Something just triggers it. I had a white cat adopt us and she meowed a lot. I called her crybaby. I now have a calico cat that I got from the Humane Society. At first I wasn't sure if I could keep her. She would bite, hiss and attack me. She is declawed though but she is fierce. Her name is Meany. She is great with me now, but no one else can touch her. That is more than I can say for a husband. Just a little humor there.
SHIRO: It means "white" in Japanese.
You can call it "whitey"
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