Tips on Naming Your Cat

naming your cat

Smokey.  Blacky.  Pepper.  All of these names should ring a bell to you if you own a pet.  Usually the names we pick for our animals are based on what they look like.  Sometimes children get the say so in naming your pet which is why a lot of the times the name ends up being a color.  How else would you find a name for your cat if it wasn’t for the color of their fur?  Tigger is a common name for orange cats with stripes, but why don’t you try to think outside of the box?  Unless you really like the name Tigger, then you should try to pick a name that doesn’t reflect on the color of their fur.  Naming your cat is like naming your baby.  You want the name to stand out and possibly be more unique than your neighbor’s cats name.  What other ways can you find a name for your cat without relying on their fur coat?


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