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If your kitten comes from a planned mating between pedigree animals, you need to register name. There are strict rules for this. Professional cat breeders are happy to tell you more.
Still, finding right and preferably cute name is not easy.
Your family members will want to agree with it, and of course it should not sound silly once your cute little kitten becomes an adult cat.
Colors often give inspiration, or coat. During Clinton administration almost every American knew Socks, First Cat of United States, and itís not difficult to understand why Clintonís cat got this name.
A catís personality may also give a hint for a good name. This works best with older cats that you took from a shelter, because they usually have a clearly developed personality.
Celebrity names are also a good bet. There are cats that are called Elvis Presley or Marilyn (after Monroe). Best advice: choose a timeless celebrity. This week's Top-20 star may be forgotten tomorrow. But your cat certainly won't.
Marc de Jong is the owner of http://www.cat-pregnancy-report.com and writer of an acclaimed ebook on cat pregnancy and kitten care, called How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat. Buyers of the book get as a free bonus The Box Of Cat Names, a publication with over 15,000 cat names. More info: http://www.cat-pregnancy-report.com/pregnant-cat.html