Naming a new cat can be a daunting project. There are so many choices to pick from! If you are stuck on a name, turn to your favorite foods for inspiration. There are tons of great food names for cats out there that are sweet treats for owners.
Sweet Food Names for Cats
These names are as sweet as sugar. They make excellent choices for any beloved cat.
- Cotton Candy
- Pixie (Stick)
Names Based on Fruits and Veggies
So many names duel as a pet moniker and healthy food from the earth. Do any of these fruits or veggies fit your pet?
- Crimini (mushroom)
Cat Names Based on Savory Meals
Comfort food warms the belly and your cat warms your heart. Pair your favorite feline with a name choice based on popular savory dishes.
- Hot Dog
- Campbell (soup)
- Dim Sum
- Pot Pie
These cat names are cute and cheesy choices for your fur-ever friend.
Spicy Inspiration for Cat Names
Does your kitty have a spicy personality or sport a color that resembles a common cooking spice? Is he fierce and bold like a fiery pepper? If so, consider some of these names centered around spices, peppers and herbs.
Herb and Spice Names
Spices add beautiful flavor elements and colors to countless dishes. These spices elevate recipes and make good names for a pet cat.
Chili Pepper Names
So many kinds of peppers make fun names for cats. These are great choices for a bold and kicking feline.
Nutty Names and Super Seed Idea
These nut-based names and super seed ideas are fun, creative, and excellent options for your pet cat.
- Wally (walnut)
- Mac (macadamia)
Junk Food Name Finds
Common junk foods and pantry items are not good for the body, but they sure make good names for pets!
- French Fry
Cat Names Based on Beverages
Fun drinks mean fun names for pets! These common beverages make great names for cats.
Deciding on the One
Naming a cat should be a fun experience for owners where they can really let their creativity fly. Unlike a human's name, pet names can be very out of the box. There are no hard rules in pet naming, but there are a couple of considerations that owners will want to think about when deciding on "the one." Make sure the name is easy to say. You will be calling your cat's name many times a day for several years to come, so the name will need to be fairly simplistic. Choose something with staying power. A pet cat will be around for many years if you are fortunate, so pick a name that you will not tire of. Lastly, make sure the name is not offensive to anyone. What is funny to you might rub others the wrong way.