Sometimes the hardest part of getting a new cat is figuring out a name. Do you name your cat before it arrives? If you are planning on getting a cat of a particular breed, perhaps you want to give it a name that you think will suit the breed. Perhaps you would wait and let your new kitty name herself. Sometimes you think you have the perfect name for your cat and get thrown for a loop. I just read about a reader in a quandary over what to name his ragdoll here!
Frank Barzilla in Houston, Texas named his first Ragdoll Sir Spencer and when he purchased a second male kitten, named the kitty Sir Winston with the understanding he was taking home a male. When the cat arrived at the vet's office to be neutered, it turned out that Sir Winston was actually a lady. Now Frank is uncertain what to name her.
Frank has considered just shortening the name to Winnie or coming up with cute famous couple names for his two cats. He just can't decide. Ragdolls are known for their sweet temperaments and gorgeous coats that sport a beautiful pointed pattern. They tend to go as limp as a ragdoll when you pick them up and mesmerize you with their beautiful blue eyes. Perhaps Frank should name his cats after blue-eyed heart-throbs? Or perhaps he should consider the top ten names for cats:Top 10 Male Cat Names
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Naming a new cat is a fun part of bringing home a new feline friend. Everyone has their own way of deciding the best moniker for their pal. Do you have a great story of how you named your favorite feline? Be sure to share it!
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