Unique Cat Names: Food and Drink Edition

If there's anything we love nearly as much as our pets, it would have to be a really tasty treat. So the idea of naming a special cat after a beloved food? That's definitely our jam. 

Out of more than 10.4 million dog names and 4.6 million cat names in the Vetstreet database, we pulled out 186,258 unique names. Today, we're dishing up some amusing cat names based on favorite foods or drinks.

Of course, just because a cat's named after something humans eat, it doesn't mean that food or drink is actually good for your pet. Also, please note that the pictures in the slideshow below are not photos of the actual kitties who have these names, but we're pretty sure you'll enjoy what we're serving up anyway!

Cat Names Based on Our Favorite Foods and Drinks

Catserole

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Catserole

Something tells us that the kitty with this name must like to curl up in small spaces ... like a casserole dish.

Cattuccino

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Cattuccino

Warm and comforting: two words that could easily describe either your favorite morning beverage or your favorite lap cat!

Pawmegranate

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Pawmegranate

Pomegranate (the fruit) is often touted for its many health benefits for humans, but we think it's worth noting that kitties named Pawmegranate are also likely to be very good for your health.

Purrtato

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Purrtato

If you have a cuddly couch potato cat in your life, Purrtato would be a perfect fit. 

Purrsili

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Purrsilli

Although Garfield's preferred pasta was always lasagna, we're pretty sure that fusilli is our new favorite after seeing this adorable name!

Strawpurry

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Strawpurry

If we had to make a guess, we'd say that the kitty sporting this name is sweet like a berry.

Sasspurrilla

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Sasspurrilla

This name is purr-fect for the sassy cat in your life.  

Pumpurrnickel

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Pumpurrnickel

I think we can all agree that it's always good to have some Pumpurrnickel around the house!

Guacameowle

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Guacameowle

This name will make you want to scoop up a favorite feline over and over. 

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