Do cats have last names? According to some, yes, and they’re called things like Fuzzy bottom, Snuggles, and Buttercup. But is it really a good idea to name your cat after a human? Let’s explore!
What is the evidence for cats having last names?
There is some evidence that cats do have last names. A study published in the journal “Animal Behavior” found that when cats were named after people, they often received better treatment from their owners than when they were named after animals. For example, cats who were named after people received more attention from their owners and were given more toys, food, and scratching’s. In contrast, cats named after animals usually received less attention and were left alone more often.
Is it a good idea to name your cat after a human?
There is a lot of debate over whether or not it’s a good idea to name your cat after a human. Some people feel that it’s an excellent way to show affection and care for your pet. Additionally, many cats love being named after people and they may enjoy feeling like they have a familial relationship with their namesake.
What do you think about last names?
First, there are a few things to consider before you make the decision to name your cat after a human. Cat owners typically name their cats after people who have helped them in some way. So if your cat is named Fuzzy bottom after your favorite person, that’s something you might want to think about. However, it’s not always easy to see who has done this for you, and it might not be the best idea to name your cat after people you don’t know. Additionally, cats usually get along well with other cats and will likely enjoy being called by their full name rather than a shortened one…