So what cat names are you thinking about?
Is there anything cuter than, or more boisterous and special than a Persian kitten, or more lovely and graceful than a cat?
These are animals which make for wonderful pets, are beautiful and friends to have around the household and live with. Having said that, it’s important when searching for cat names to choose one that both you and your cat really like, and that is suitable to keep the naming process fun and easy for you.
The Persian cat is one of the oldest known cats in existence, with history and records dating back into the times of Pharaohs in Egypt.
There is a belief that this feline originated in Persia now known as Iran.
Through selective breeding over the years, the appearance of Persian cats has changed quite a bit from the time when they were introduced first into the rest of the world.
Their traditional doll face which they are popular for, has been developed into flattened high nose and shortened muzzle.
The coat has become long and thicker with a variety of patterns and colors including gold, silver, tabby, solid and bi-colors.
Persian cats are known for their gentle temperament and ease with which they seem to adjust to new environments and surroundings, making them a popular option for a pet to show.
Though they are not shy, are known to be quiet and tend to be undemonstrative.They are very affectionate and loving and make wonderful companions.
Popular Cat Names
Below are a variety of names for Persian Cats that can be used for older cats, younger kittens, males and females alike. They are; Bella, Tigger, Chloe, Molly, Shadow, socks, Miss Kitty, Trinity, Delta, Snickers, Fiona, , Lola, Baby, Bagley, Lucy and so on and so forth.
The above list is a popular list that has stood the test of time and will work very well for your adopted Persian kitten no matter what breed, or whether he or she is a girl or a boy kitty. Many of the kitty names including Ginger, Mittens, and pepper are much loved for a good reason.
They are easy to call out and cats learn them very quickly and they fit the felines perfectly.
Sometimes it becomes hard to improve on the more traditional or familiar names for your Persian cat or kitten.
And though it is novel to consider a different or a new cat names, many times as owners you will find yourselves drawn back to choosing a more straightforward and basic cat names.
Some of the things to be kept in mind while choosing a cat name:
- Find appropriate cat names which match your cat’s personality.
- Give your kitty or cat a name that reflects your own interests or hobbies and is possibly related to them.
- Pick many favorites and try all of them on your new cat or Persian kitten.
- Call out cat names louder and see if your Persian cat looks at you or responds to any one of them.
- Persian cats and kittens seem to respond better to one and two syllable words.
- Let your entire family take part in the naming process.
If you want to just have fun try these cat personalty naming generators. It may just give you an idea for that perfect name.