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Tag Archives: cats

Spring Inspired Cat Names

Look around you & it’s easy to see that spring has sprung! The crocuses are in bloom and the robins are singing. We know the cats & kittens in our lives are quite interested in those robins….but that’s another tale to tell… Spring is also known as “Kitten Season” at animal shelters, when many kittens are born and thus available ... Read More »

St. Patrick’s Day Themed Cat Names

Does your cat or kitten have a bit of the “Luck of the Irish?” Then perhaps a St. Patrick’s Day themed cat name would be the purrfect one for them! St. Patrick’s Day is otherwise known as the Feast of St. Patrick and is celebrated on March 17th. This is a Christian feast day that marks the arrival of Christianity ... Read More »

Cats & Astrology with Astrologer Pamela Cucinell!

Most of us know about our astrology sign, but did you ever think about cats & astrology? Here is an interview with well-known astrologer Pamela Cucinell! Pamela Cucinell has passed the rigorous testing of the National Council of Geocosmic Research and holds NCGR PAA certification for astrological consulting. She ran a storefront wellness and metaphysical gifts business for six years ... Read More »

Animal Inspired Cat Names

Does your lil’ kitty have a big ol’ tiger or fierce lion in him? Or what about the active antics of a monkey? Animal names are often the purrfect choice for cat names because you can capture your cat’s personality and physical description so well. You have many choices for animal inspired cat names, here are a few of our ... Read More »

Gray Cat Names

There’s something wonderful about gray cats. Those bright green eyes, glowing against the soft gray fur. Sometimes you will see them, moving quickly and think it is a shadow – but realize there is a sneaky gray cat trying to reach for a chicken leg on your plate! Grey cats are beautiful and just a bit mysterious. You aren’t quite ... Read More »

Russian Blue Cat Names

Photo (c) Roger Luijten   RUSSIAN BLUE CATS One of the first Russian blue cats appearing in Western Europe was “the Archangel Cat” on display at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1875, but there is a distinct possibility that other Russian blues reached the shores of Scandinavia, Britain and even Alaska under their own power. Native to the Archangel Islands ... Read More »