Find here a list with 100 Egyptian cat names for your furry friend.
Whether you have an Egyptian cat breed, such as the Egyptian Mau, or a Hairless Sphynx, are interested in Egyptian history, or want something a little different for your feline friend, Egyptian names offer a wide variety of ideas.
Cats appear heavily in Egyptian religion and artwork. The Egyptians were the first society to live and love domesticated cats.
Cats were revered and protected; anyone who harmed or killed a cat confronted grave consequences. To this day, cats are considered sacred and valued in Egypt.
Tips for choosing a cat name
Before you choose the name for your furry friend, follow these simple tips
- The name must be easy to say
- Avoid using too many nicknames because you will confuse your kitten.
- Pick a name that sounds different from other pets and family members.
Importance Of A Pet Identification Tag
Why are pet ID tags important?
Most people know that pet ID tags are necessary but don’t know the specific reasons.
Pet ID tags guarantee that if your pet does get lost, it’s easy for the person who finds them to get in contact with you and get your pet home safe.
Unexpected events. Natural disasters, car accidents, or a house fire could result in the loss of your pet. A simple way to prevent your pet from getting lost is to put on an identification tag.
100 Egyptian Cat Names
Check out this list of Egyptian cat names for male and female cats.
COMMON EGYPTIAN CAT NAMES
EGYPTIAN CAT NAMES INSPIRED BY PLACES
EGYPTIAN CAT NAMES INSPIRED BY TRADITIONAL FOOD
- Baba Ganush
CAT NAMES INPIRED BY EGYPTIAN GODS AND GODDESS