With the appearance of a cat in the house, the life of its inhabitants completely changes. Now you have to take care of the little woolly lump, feed it, protect it and monitor its health. Of course, a cat is a domestic animal and in return for care and attention gives its owners incredible love, tenderness and purring. But all this is just ahead of you. Now the most crucial moment comes - the animal needs to be given a name.
Try to avoid low-pitched nicknames. The fact is that cats are very sensitive to sounds, since they have a very sensitive hearing aid. For your minke it will be extremely unpleasant to sound everything that contains low dull sounds, so it is better to avoid such combinations in the name. Cats may not like names like Mava, Buka, Volya or Nora. But everything that contains high-pitched sounds is sweeter than music for the Murk. Name your pet Kuzya, Lesya or Zaza, and he will be very grateful to you.
Now about the practical side of the question. The name of the cat should sound concise and bright. Very often animals are called by name precisely in order to attract their attention or to show that their behavior is not worthy of praise. Imagine how you will indignantly shout "E-li-sa-vet-ta", trying to drive your pet off the dinner table. Have you presented? Now imagine that you need to shout the same thing to a cat named Barsik. It is best if the name of the animal is pronounced easily and clearly. For the same reason, do not give animals too complicated names like Bernardette or Ave Maria Marquise. According to the passport, your thoroughbred murka may be called at least Velhelmina-Augustina-Akulina, but in everyday life she does not need to know about this personally.
Scientists have found that cats are very fond of hissing and whistling sounds, so use the combination of "h", "zh", "w" and "u" in the name. Fluffy is a great option for a cat with a luxurious silky mane, and a snow-white beauty will gladly respond to Snowflake. Of course, the name should correspond to the appearance, temperament and character of your four-legged friend, so before giving the cat a nickname, take a closer look at him.