A new fluffy roommate announces itself and the whole family is happy. But what is the name of the velvet paw? Which cat names are appropriate? Are there any that are particularly suitable so that your new darling knows immediately that he is meant? Who might even ensure that Miez learns particularly quickly? Read here how it makes a difference what your cat's name is.
Find cat names: this is how the cat learns it
Whether mimi, kitty or pussy - most cat names have one thing in common: they are two-syllable and contain at least one bright vowel. The reason is, on the one hand, that people like to make nicknames in exactly this way. On the other hand, this is also an advantage for the loyal four-legged friends: you can remember these names better.
Science does not yet agree on why this is so. Maybe because the sensitive cat ears can hear bright vowels well from a distance. In addition, commands like "Come!", "No!" or "off!" are often monosyllabic - the little velvet paw prefers to come out when it hears its melodious name with two syllables.
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Exotics supplant the classic cat names
Some cat names have enjoyed great popularity for decades. These include the previously mentioned Mimi, Kitty and Muschi, but also Felix, Findus, Krümel, Lucy, Sunny and Tiger are real classics. However, cat lovers are now increasingly choosing exotic names that should be as individual as possible as their house tiger.
In addition to old German names such as Emil, Lisbeth, Herbert, Paula, Herbert and Fritz, the names of characters from popular films have also become established. In addition to Frodo and Legolas, the names Hermine and Harry as well as Nemo and Dori are also found. Nevertheless, it doesn't hurt to consider the tips above - after all, your cat should also have fun with its name.
Cat names suitable for the respective breed
Many cat owners are looking for a name that best fits the breed of their house tiger. Here are some examples of how a cat's name can support each breed:
Norwegian Forest Cat - Nordic names:
Maine Coon & Ragdoll - American names:
So there is a selection of suitable names for almost every breed - let your imagination run wild.