Cat names are important to owners who have a new
feline in the family. For instance, it one acquires a cat from the
pound or a kitten from an acquaintance, then one is obligated under
penalty of law to name the cat.
If one does not give the cat a name, then there will be
a stiff federal penalty and a civil fine as well. Usually
a failure in cat naming carries a sentence of five years
in the whole followed by two years of house arrest, wearing
an ankle bracelet. It is at this time, the most convicted
felons decide to name their cat.
Cat names run the gamut from simple and cute to complex
and offensive. Most people choose simple and cute cat names
that are family-friendly so that the kids can enjoy and
remember their pets' names.
Then there are the oddball families, who don't care too much for
convention and don't give a rat's behind about child rearing norms.
It is these families who may come up with some of the most vile,
bizarre and yes, wickedly funny cat names on planet. But, let's
not digress too much here. Not everyone is into "Bart the Starburst
Troubadour" for a cat name. Most would like to keep it cute.
So, we've broken it down for you, my dear visitor into two simple
categories for good cat names and bad cat names. Of course, this
list is totally subjective as we've injected our own opinions into
what is "good" and what is "bad". If you have
either a good cat name or a bad one to add to the list, please email
your addition and if it is unique, we will post it.
Good Cat Names
The Great Catsby
Bad Cat Names
Mr. Poopy Pants
Tritan the Wonder Warlord
Zultor of Xenthion
The meanings of cat names vary by region and poundage. The fatter
the cat, the wider variety of meaning there will be attributed to
the cat's name. For instance, a coon cat's name may mean something
on the order of "wild, super stalker from the Serengeti"
while an anemic cat's name may mean something like "I like