Sandee, we had a kitten named Velcro once, because we could hold her up to the side of a chair or the couch and she would just stick there!
Dog -- Mindy (our DS1's dog, a black Lab mix)
Cats, well, let's see, there's . . .
-- Mim (short for Miriam, the matriarch and most senior of our cats)
-- Scout (Mim's daughter, so called because she was the one in her litter who explored new places first -- GREAT mouser)
-- Cymry (Mim's other daughter, long white fur and bright blue eyes, pronounced "Kim-ree" -- the Cymry were/are what the Welsh called themselves -- I'm big on ancient British history and the Celts)
-- Samantha (DH named her -- no reason behind the name)
-- Romulus and Remus (Cymry's sons -- Rommie is long-haired and Reemie is short-haired, both white with pale blue eyes)
-- Dorian Gray (because he's, well, gray)
-- Leroy and Jenkins (those who play World of Warcraft will know the reference)
-- Big Boy (not technically "ours" in that he didn't come from the line of Mim, but I suspect he's responsible for much of the line due to the presence of a diagonal white stripe on the back leg of many a cat on this hill which Big Boy also posesses)
-- Rascal (DH's favorite, a long-haired, orange-and-cream "baby" who I aptly named because he was a little rascal as a kitten -- sounds like Sandy has one, too)
Our first cat was Catfish, a long, lean, black-and-white tomcat. Again, DH named him. He also named a dog we once had Cornbread.
I once had a Hemingway (polydactyl) cat named Cait Sidhe (pronounced "Kate Shee"). Since I always like to name my cats names that are appropriate for their physical/temperamental characteristics, I did a search for Celtic cat names and found this one, which was the name of a Scottish cat mythological animal with a black coat and a white chest patch, so she was Cait. Back then, I had bad headaches that would send me to bed. If I had a headache, Cait would always seem to know, and she would come to me in the bed and knead the back of my head and neck with her multi-toed paws.
"Oir is leatsa an rioghachd, agus an cumhachd, agus a gloir, gu siorraidh, Amen." ("For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever, Amen" -- Scots Gaelic)