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With Pablo Purrrcasso and Isabella Miss Worldwide Boo at the top of the list for cats and dogs, respectively, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. on Thursday released its annual Wackiest Pet Names list.
Each year Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide, which provides pet health insurance for pets, examines its database of more than 700,000 insured pets to find the top 20 funniest names — 10 for dogs, 10 for cats.
Here’s more: Sir Reginald Fluffybutt. Chauncey Von Poops a Lot. Vladimir Poochin.
“The results from our Wacky Pet Names competition illustrate the thought and creativity pet owners put into naming their furry family members,” said Scott Liles, president and chief pet insurance officer for Nationwide, in a statement. “Pets hold a special place in our members’ hearts, and while some of these names are assigned just for laughs, many of these monikers hold a special meaning or story behind them.”
An Auburn, Washington, plumber’s dream of running his own business while collecting workers compensation benefits from a previous job has gone down the drain.