What are those names? That's ... so ... unrespectful? Why not name them after things they are like, something more poetic.
Our cat is named Merlin, because he was the only one of the newborns that actually looked like its mother and had us enchanted from the first moment we saw him, so we named him after the legendary sorcerer.
We had various cats in our direct neighbourhood (read: in the old barn right next to us), one of those was a kitten that didn't afraid of anything and was about as enchanting as our Merlin (and seemed to have a little rivalry going with him), so we named her Morgana. Sadly she died of disease like a lot of the unfortunate stray cats we harboured and couldn't get into caring families.
Another kitten again was named Cleo, as in Cleopatra, because of her markings and her almost majestic behaviour (being picky, a bit temperamental and extremely cute and we were sure she knew that and used her influence). She even treated our dog as her personal playground, so we thought the name was apt.
Another kitten we could fortunately get into good hands was a little wild one. He was dropped by someone and found its way to us (we had castrated the cats, we wouldn't have to deal with increasing numbers, just to see them get driven over or die of disease, there are only few people that take in stray cats and the animal shelters are already beyond limits in our area, though we did get medical help from them from time to time), and his manners and appearance did remind us of Berlios from "Aristocats". He was more or less exactly like him, so that's what we named him.
Names like Fishpaste or Cheezburger sound outright insulting to me and you should feel baaaaaad for it.