# What's the name of my cat?

Do you like "Little Dorrit"? It’s a nice funny book.
I would read, but I lost it, though is hard to overlook.
Nerdy books don’t inspire you? Then let’s play play a game,
Good old classic’s my favorite, "Space Quest" is the name.
There’s another pastime, three is all that it takes.
Or if you feel like yelling, let’s hike to the caves.
We could go see a drama, weep for poor ol’ Juliet…
Now the actual question: what’s the name of my cat?


I believe your cat's name is

CHESTER

My reasoning is that

every one of the first seven lines references a letter of the NATO phonetic alphabet.

Do you like "Little Dorrit"? It’s a nice funny book.

Written by Charles (or CHARLIE I suppose) Dickens.

I would read, but I lost it, though is hard to overlook.

Referencing the Overlook HOTEL from the Shining.

Nerdy books don’t inspire you? Then let’s play play a game,

"play play" sounds like an ECHO.

Good old classic’s my favorite, "Space Quest" is the name.

A game by the company SIERRA.

There’s another pastime, three is all that it takes.

Normally it's "two to TANGO", but there is a movie named "Three to Tango" as well.

Or if you feel like yelling, let’s hike to the caves.

Screaming in a cave will often produce an ECHO.

We could go see a drama, weep for poor ol’ Juliet…

A tragic tale, along with her lover ROMEO.

Now the actual question: what’s the name of my cat?
As described above.

I noticed

That the first letter of each line spell DINGTOWN, but I do not know what this means.

• I hope that cat is not near a baseball field...dingtown – Chowzen Jun 18 '18 at 23:28
• Nope. Actually the first letters lined up accidentally that way, but I decided to keep it. – Sergei Petunin Jun 18 '18 at 23:51