Do you have a new kitten or are you thinking of getting one?
If so, then naming your cat’s food is going to be crucial. In this blog post, we will explore 11 steps that will help you find the perfect name for your kitty.
What is the food?
Now that we have a cat, it’s important to know what they are eating. Is your kitten on a wet or dry diet? Wet foods often come in cans, and this can be an easy way to name them because you will already know which flavor of wet food your pet prefers- tuna! If you’re using dry food, then think about their favorite flavors when naming them; chicken and salmon might work well for some cats.
How long does the meal last?
After going through all these steps so far, now you need to decide how many meals per day there should be. For example if three meals each day seems reasonable based on the previous step (one more than the typical two for cats), then you can name your cat three meals per day.
Who’s the meal made by?
You may have noticed that one of our earlier tips was to create a list of foods that are good for them, but now we’re going in another direction with it and thinking about who makes their food. Is this person responsible or loving when they cook? Do they make big portions because they know how much your pet loves to eat? Now is the time to think about these questions- so if someone has been cooking up some delicious recipes lately (such as “Mom”) then use her! Your kitty will love hearing his favorite dishes being named after him too; just don’t get carried away with nicknames like “Pudding Pie” or “Cupcake.”
Is the food a healthy option for your cat?
Now that we have their personality down, let’s ask ourselves if they’ll eat it. If there is anything at all in there that isn’t on our list of acceptable foods then you might consider not naming it after them- and try to be sure about this one before jumping into things! We don’t want kittens going hungry when they’re used to getting something else as a meal.
Mixing up meals for cats can make life interesting so why stick with just three names per day? Often times people will name breakfast, lunch, and dinner; but what about snacks or desserts too?
What do you have to offer?
If we’re talking about a specific type of food, then it’s easy- just make sure the name is accurate. But what if your cat will eat any old thing and you want them to still be able to recognize their favorite dish? There are plenty of options here for picking out names that they’ll know no matter what! One option would be choosing something related to the way it tastes like “Sugar Paws” or maybe pick up on how cute they think our kitty looks with this one-“Pretty Kitty.”
Have fun with your naming scheme in general too. There are so many things to consider when coming up with ideas; some people might prefer something cute while others might want to have a more scientific-sounding name.
When you’re ready, share your list with friends or family members and make sure that they can see the names without any numbers! This will help them come up with some of their own ideas too.
Share your list on social media to see if anyone else has some more great suggestions.
If you think about it, there is a lot of room for creativity when coming up with names that everyone will love! Again, the name should be something that makes people happy and not only cat owners. Hopefully this blog post was helpful in deciding what kind of food name would work best for those precious kitties under our care (or perhaps even out own). Even though we might have given ourselves plenty of options here, don’t stop brainstorming new ideas either! The sky’s really the limit as long as they are fun and memorable too.