New kittens. Purring. Like a motorboat.
We got a brother and sister from the shelter and named them Dexter and Ariel. Then it turns out Ariel was a boy but we kept the name. We kept them in the back bedroom because of big, bad Felix (who looked like Felix the Cat when we named him, but now looks like a big, black owl). Anyway, after two months, they were chomping at the bit, and it was time, so we let them out into the house. We needn't have worried. Big, bad Felix was afraid of them and ran away and hid.
You could change it...
Arius (3rd-4th century Alexandian priest, whose teachings were declared heretical)
Arioch (malign God Of Chaos and patron of Elric in a series of books by Michael Moorcock)
My friend named her kitten Angus... a big, strong, boy-cat name. When the vet said he
was a she, the name became Anger...and she lived up to it - that cat had a 'tude.
Anyway, your kittehs will eventually work out a system of who's in charge and such, and itprobably
won't involve any actual bloodshed (and certainly not much
)... There may be
some abusive language and name-calling, but that's to be expected.