I know how funny it’d be if your cat was named Chairman Meow or Leonardo DiCattio but stop and think for a minute before your christen your kitten with a name even you can’t pronounce, let alone yell throughout the house.
Naming Your Cat – The Dos and Don’ts
- As covered before, don’t give them a long, difficult sounding name.
- If possible, end the name in an “ee” sound like Amy, Jimmy, Tini, or Feenie. That long “ee” sound makes it easy to yell and will make it easy for your cat to recognize your voice.
- If you have two or more pets in the house make sure their names sound incredibly different. Naming two cats Amy and Andy might even be tricky. You don’t want them to get confused.
- Stick to 2 syllables. You can give your cat a longer name but you’ll probably end up giving him a nickname that ends in 2 syllables anyway.
- Avoid names that sound like commands like “yes” or ”no”. This can make training incredibly difficult. Imagine naming a kitty, Gnome.
Some Cute Cat Names
- Pussi (Cat in Eskimo)
- Miu or MiuMiu (Cat in Mandarin)
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