The thing about grey cats is that there are so many shades of grey and in fact, may cat fanciers call the color "blue."
There are only a few cats in origin or breed that are only grey, but the rest can come in light, medium, dark grey, and combinations of those colors ranging from what is called "solid blue" to "blue smoke" which is a solid blue (grey) cat but the roots of the hairs are distinctly white.
So what do we name a beautiful, feline that is not quite black, not quite a tabby grey, and maybe only a hint past white? Some are big and fluffy, others are small and smooth, so a name has to be found that fits a wide range of felines.
Well, hopefully the list on this page will help your search, and you'll end up with a name for your furry companion that is imaginative, yet distinctive, and perfect for your pet. We tried to come up with as many artistic, good, and inventive names as possible for cats that are grey (blue), and the ideas and suggestions here will apply to any gender - boy and girl cats.
As you read though and view the free kitty names, you'll find they have a lot of personality; some are playful and full of character, while others are general favorite day to day names - the variety being similar to all the different loving people whose lives have changed from the recent adoption of a stray, rescued or newly born kitten.
Interestingly enough, the names for your new friend are derived not only from objects that are grey, but also from different names and meanings for the color grey.
The name is Buckingham, but you can call me Bucks or even Bucko 01.22.2014 For the cat name Buckingham I adopted Buckingham and his brother Professor. They were in a Foster home after being found in an abandoned car with their litter of brothers and sisters. Their foster parents were from England and... More about Buckingham
My name is Professor and I am 12 years old 01.22.2014 For the cat name Professor I adopted Professor and his brother Buckingham. They were in a Foster home after being found in an abandoned car with their litter of brothers and sisters. Their foster parents were from England and... More about Professor