Thursday , 25 May 2017

Cat Names From Movies

If you are a cat lover, then we know you are especially thrilled to see a cat or kitten in a movie. Movies are wonderful inspiration too, for choosing that very next cat name!

Here are some cat names from new and classic movies. Share your favorite movie cats with us in the comments!

Garfield (from Garfield the movie) – Who could resist a slightly snarky, adorably orange, lasagna eating cat? If your cat has a bit of a ‘tude and wants a full dish, try this purrfect cat name! If you have a kitten, you could also name it Nermal, after the kitten in Garfield!

Grumpy Cat – (from Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever) – Well, of course Grumpy Cat has the worst holiday! If your finicky feline was adopted during the holiday time, this could be the purrfect name for them!

Jake (from The Cat from Outer Space) – In this movie, the outer space alien appears as a feline! If you think your cat might have blasted here from another planet, then choose Jake as their name.

Mr. Bigglesworth (from Austin Powers) – Why, it’s simply Groovy Baby! If you love this 1960’s super silly movie, then why not choose a cat name that reminds you of all of this fun?

Mr. Jinx (from Meet the Parents) – If you’ve seen this movie with Robert DeNero, then you truly know that Mr. Jinx has some scene stealing moments! Best of all, Mr. Jinx is super smart – so if you’ve got a nearly genius cat, here’s the purrfect name for them.

Tom (from Tom & Jerry) – Tom & Jerry, the cat and mouse team are a classic cartoon pair. This cute grey cat has been through a ton of hijinks! If you have a super active cat that always makes you smile, then this is a great name for them.

Milo (from The Adventures of Milo and Otis) – Milo is a sweet, ginger colored kitten. Especially if you’ve adopted a ginger cat or kitten, this could be the purrfect name for them.

Cheshire (from Alice in Wonderland) – A cat from a childhood classic storybook and movie, everyone knows Cheshire! With his enigmatic grin that glows in the dark, who could miss him? If you love Alice in Wonderland, another purrfect cat name, ideal for a female cat is Dinah (Alice’s cat).

Pyewacket (from Bell, Book and Candle) – This classic vintage movie about witches is well loved. If you are an old movie fan and want a unique cat name, this could be a great choice.

Felix (from Felix the Cat) – One of the most well-known movie cats. It might surprise you to realize that ‘Felix’ actually translates to mean ‘cat’! Felix is a mischievous and charming black and white cat who always makes us smile.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_cats_in_animation, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_cats_in_film

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