Believe it or not, but often a cat's name tells us more about their owner than about the cat itself. For example, if you're a sports fan, and want something original, your boy cat may be named Yogi, after Yogi Berra the great baseball manager personality, or Nacho because that's your favorite food.
That's the challenge of naming a cat, or any pet for that matter, because the possibilities and meanings are limitless. A name can express not only your tastes but those of your newly adopted furry feline. Even your favorite kind of music, band, or a song can be part of your pet's name.
But one thing for certain is that most people want something more interesting than calling their family animals simply Kitty or Pussycat! It has to be something that sounds good, suits the cat or kitten in question, and is something the cat can learn fairly quickly.
On this page there are dozens of names from A to Z for male cats that are big or small, have long hair or not, and will fit all breeds. So take your time searching so you can find and pick something that will make everyone happy for years to come.
Princeton - Representative of the Princeton University Tiger 10.05.2015 For the cat name Princeton Originating from the Ivy League college Princeton University in New Jersey, where their mascot is the tiger, thus the name is typically used for orange striped cats, or cats with orange in their... More about Princeton