Revealed: Here Are The 71 Most Hipster Cat Names Ever

Not sure what to call your new kitty? Never fear! We take a look at the 71 most hipster cat names of all time.

Hipster Cat Names
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These days, it seems like everyone out there is a hipster wannabe. Whether they’re growing a ridiculous sailor-esque beard or turning vegan as a fashion statement, these people just will not quit. The whole point is that they have to prove just how different and special they really are. And, apparently, the only way to do that is to be as different (or weird!) as humanly possible. That includes everything from wearing odd socks to calling their cats the most bizarre names. So, what are the most hipster cat names around?

Well, luckily, you just so happen to have come to the right place. Since we just adore cats (yes, even hipster cats!), we’ve spent a fair amount of time researching this area. Some of the names that people give their felines are certain to surprise you. From Abe to Zola, we’re ready to take a look at some of the weirdest and, frankly, most wonderful cat names that you will have ever heard. Brace yourself because things are about to get cool AF. Here are some of the most hipster cat names so far:

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1. Abe  
2. Angus  
3. Axi
4. Bear  
5. Bob  
6. Byron 
7. Charlie 
8. Carlton 
9. Casper 
10. Dante 
11. Delilah 
12. Devon
13. Earl
14. Eddie
15. Elfie 
16. Felix
17. Flora
18. Frank
19. Gray
20. Griffin
21. Gus
22. Hans
23. Harlow
24. Harold 
25. India
26. Ira
27. Iris
28. Jeff
29. Jasper
30. Jagger
31. Kai
32. Kipper
33. Kev
34. Lenny
35. Leon
36. Lexy
37. Mae
38. Marnie
39. Margot
40. Nelson
41. Niko
42. Norma
43. Olive
44. Opal
45. Otis
46. Pablo
47. Pierre
48. Piper 
49. Randy
50. Rowan
51. Rufus
52. Savannah
53. Scarlet
54. Sia
55. Tabi
56. Theo
57. Tobby
58. Uno
59. Vera
60. Viola
61. Van
62. Wesley
63. Watson
64. Waldo
65. Wern
66. Xander
67. Xavier
68. Xena
69. Zara
70. Zola
71. Zooey

As you can see, the whole point, is that these names are not the first to spring to mind. Forget ‘Fluffy’ and ‘Millie’, these are names that could easily be little children as well. Of course, now that these names have made our list, they are no longer cool. Simply by calling them hipster, we’ve ruined them. They can no longer be hipster because they are ‘known’. The word is out there and the cat… Well, the cat is very much out of the bag.
How to choose the most hipster cat name

If you’re looking for a hipster cat name for your own kitty (and you’re not gonna use one from this list), we have a little advice for you along the way. Here are a few rules that you need to keep in mind when it comes to choosing your feline’s brand new name:

1. Avoid the obvious!

This one should go without saying, but in case you’re not catching on just yet, you need to go for obscure names. Don’t just choose a name that you’ve heard a thousand times before now. And, please, don’t choose a name that actually sounds like a cat name. Both of those things are major faux pas. The most hipster cat names are usually ones that you would never, ever associate with animals. Try a simple noun like ‘Chair’ or ‘Tree’, and you’ll be along the right lines.

2. Check if it’s been used

Of course, as a hipster, the very last thing you want to be accused of is copying someone else. Before you name your cat, you need to make sure that no one else out there has done the same. Do a quick Google search to make sure that there’s no other kitty called the same thing as yours. Trust me, you will thank us later for this one. When people hear your kitty’s name, they will be so utterly impressed at how original you are, they will likely be lost for words.

3. Don’t be afraid to make up words

It might be that there is no word that sums up the sheer beauty and grace of your pussycat. If that’s the case, it might be just about time that you made something up. Take the time to create a word, such as ‘Frickelben’, and just go with it. The more you insist that it’s totally a real thing, the more people will start to question themselves and believe you.

4. If all else fails, choose a foreign word

Finally, if all else fails, you will just have to rely on this old fail-safe. Just go for a foreign word. In reality, some of the most hipster cat names out there are not English at all. From ‘Queso’ (Spanish for cheese!) to ‘Chat’ (French for cat!), there are a whole load of options out there. Don’t be afraid to choose a silly name; that’s kind of the entire point anyhow. Just go wild and call your cat something utterly ridiculous, you big old hipster, you!

50 of the Cutest Male Cat Names Ever For Your Little Tom

From Aslan to Zippy, we take a look at some of the cutest male cat names ever!

Cutest Male Cat Names
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Let’s be honest for a second here. There’s nothing more exciting than bringing home your very first kitten. When you get your little Tom cat and bring him into your home, it’s one of the most wonderful things in the world. After all, from that very moment, you have a new member of the family! Still, there’s one thing that might bug you… What should you call your cat? Luckily for you, we’ve listed some of the cutest male cat names ever.

Remember, when it comes to choosing the perfect (or purr-fect!) name for your cat, it really does pay to spend a little time thinking about what works and what doesn’t. This is a name that you will end up using each and every day, and so you need to make sure that the one you choose is right for your kitty. Thankfully, there are loads and loads of fantastic and cutest male cat names out there. You really should have no problem at all finding the one that you love the most.

From Aslan to Zippy!

Hint: Once you choose a cat name that suits your brand new pet, remember to start using it right away. The sooner you start calling your kitty by the cute cat name, the sooner they will start to respond to it. Cats typically get used to a name when they are a kitten. If you want to teach your pet to respond to you, you should make sure that you begin to use the name as soon as you can. That way, your cat will have no problems knowing when you want their attention. So, without further ado, here are some cute male cat names you might just love:

Cutest Male Cat Names 1-50


1. Tiger
2. Simba  
3. Aslan  
4. Buster  
5. Monkey  
6. Domino
7. Hunter
8. Felix
9. Oliver
10 .Salem
11. Romeo
12. Tobby
13. Teddy
14. Max
15. Milo
16. Gizmo
17. Leo
18. Oreo
19. Sam
20. Jasper
21. Simon
22. Jack
23. Boots
24. Oli
25. Socks
26. Bandit
27. Rusty
28. Chester
29. Harley
30. Spike
31. Merlin
32. Pumpkin
33. Bear
34. Elvis
35. Harry
36. Junior
37. Ozzy
38. Gus
39. Nemo
40. Yoda
41. Mittens
42. Blue
43. Whiskers
44. Hobby
45. Zippy
46. Rascal
47. Garfield
48. Oscar
49. Charlie
50. Buddy

So, what do you think? Do you know what cute male cat name you’re going to give your brand new pet? With any luck, the names on this list will have given you just the inspiration you need to choose the right name for you. Good luck choosing your kitty’s new name, guys!

Now, take a look at: 50 Of The Cutest Female Cat Names Ever

Here’s How To Introduce Two Male Cats To Each Other

Not sure how to introduce two male cats to each other, we’ve got all the answers!

how to introduce two male cats

One of the major questions that we get asked time and time again is how to introduce two male cats to one another. If you already have one Tom cat, getting another is kind of a massive deal. After all, cats are not pack animals. That means that getting along with one another isn’t always second nature to them. So, how on earth can you help them along the way?

Well, the first thing that you absolutely have to recognize when questioning, how to introduce two male cats, is that by no means it’s easy. You can’t just pop the two male cats in a room together and hope they get along. They won’t. What’s more, you might end up with something of a cat fight on your hands. I’m certain that’s the very last thing you want right about now. Before you do anything, make sure that you read our advice!

Understand their fears

So, before you do anything at all, you need to learn a little about felines and how their brains work. There’s no doubt that two male cats can live harmoniously together. Still, before that happens, you need to make sure that you are sensitive to their needs. In this situation, both cats are likely to feel a little threatened. As far as they are concerned, they’re the most important animal in the world and any other (male) animal is nothing short of a rival. Yikes.

When it comes to how to introduce two male cats, taking things slow is sure to be key. You can’t rush things here or they will end up trying to outdo one another. Cats show their discomfort in a wide variety of ways from loud, aggressive meows to hissing, you need to watch out for these signs. The moment they happen, you should separate the two animals before things get out of hand.

Feed the two kitties together

Here’s where things get a little easier. You want the two cats to associate one another with nice things and treats. After all, when they come face to face, it will leave a lasting impact. You need to make sure that it’s the right one. Hence, you should make sure that you feed the two male cats together. Give them treats in bowls that are side by side (so that they’re not fighting over the one meal!). If you do this several times over the course of a week or so, you will see that they start to be calmer and more relaxed around one another.

The reason is simple: You’re conditioning the cats to associate one another with a positive thing. When they see the other cat, they will know that it’s food or treat time. That means that they will feel happy and, hence, associate happiness with the other kitty. It’s a clever little trick, no? Make sure that you try it for yourself.

Exchange their scents!

Scent is a huge deal for cats. It’s the way they tell each other apart and how they know where other cats have been. When an unfamiliar scent comes into your cat’s territory, they will start to freak out. This is basically like a stranger invading their home; it’s scary, to say the least. One of the best ideas when it comes to how to introduce two male cats is to get them used to one another’s scent.

Of course, when you first bring a new male cat home, you might want to keep the two kitties separate. For example, you could keep them in separate rooms for the majority of the time. To get them used to the smell of one another, all you need is two pieces of clean cloth. Put one in each room with each cat and leave it there for a day or two. Then, when the scents have definitely transferred to the cloths, switch them. This will allow the two male cats to get used to one another’s scents in a safe environment. Before you know it, they will feel comfortable with each other’s scent, and therefore, each other. Genius!

Now, take a look at: Here’s How To Introduce Cats To Kittens