Do you have a white cat? What is their name? Or are you thinking about getting one and want to know what the most popular names are for them? In this article, we will explore 11 of the funniest tweets from people who share their hilarious thoughts on naming white cats.
-The average cat is a black and white, but what about the purebreds of the species that have some variation on those colors? Here are 11 hilarious tweets from people who share their thoughts on naming white cats.
– *”My White Cat’s Name Is Mordecai.”* The name originated from an episode in “Family Guy,” which aired in 200. In it, Peter Griffin names his new pet after one of his favorite characters: Mordeak (or Mordecai), played by actor John Amos. It was also used as a question to guess whether or not he would be named Perry. He chose this name because he said there were too many Peters running around already! Apparently, when little kids hear Mordecai they think “It’s a bird!”
*- *”I’m naming my white cat ‘Miss White’.”* Sure, she might be named after 50 Cent and his song with the same name. But it also fits because you’ll never see her as she is always hiding! And don’t worry about Miss White running away either – this kitty can’t run due to blindness!
– *”My white cat has no personality.”* The real truth of life according to one Twitter user: names have nothing to do with personalities. That doesn’t mean that there isn’t an important role for them in other ways – but at least cats are honest (even if some people aren’t). A lot of animals live up to their names, but white cats are the opposite.
*- *”I named my cat ‘Whitey.'”* The name Whitey doesn’t actually have anything to do with its color – it’s just a nickname for someone who is from Boston or New York City (which makes sense because these cities both use blue and orange colors in their flags). In other words: “white” can mean many things!
*- *”My white cat always gets stressed out.”* One Twitter user shared that sometimes you’ll find this little kitty hiding under something when she feels anxious about what might happen next. It sounds like your feline friend has some pretty good instincts after all!
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*- *”My new cat is so hairy that it’s actua… “This chatty kitty apparently has a lot to say, because she goes on for quite some time before adding in the important detail of her name: ‘Mordecai.'”* It sounds like you got lucky with this one!
*- *”I named my white cat Mr. Meowgi.”* If your fluffy friend likes attention and isn’t shy about making friends, then he might be just fine with being called by his full name – but if not, perhaps sticking to something shorter (like just Mr.) would make him more comfortable. Either way, we think he’s pretty cute either way!
*- *”My cat’s name is Tiger.”* It sounds like you’ve got a ferocious feline friend on your hands! We hope he doesn’t get the idea that it’s time to chase after any other pets in the neighborhood. Or worse, that he’ll decide to take off for his own adventures one day without telling anyone..
*- *”I don’t have a white pet yet but I think they’re real nice so I’m going t… “White cats can make great companions if they’re given enough love and attention – just be sure not to leave them alone too much during daylight hours, since their sensitive eyes might need some extra protection from sunlight!”
Likes: Draw up an imaginary timeline for when you’re going to introduce your white cat to different things in the world.
– *Day One: Introduce them to a mirror and see how they react.* The first time is always the best! You’ll be able to tell what their personality is right away, so don’t worry about that part just yet.
“I’m not sure if I should get my white cat a friend,” one of our readers said – with good reason because some cats will need more attention than others.”
Dislikes: “Hill’s Science Diet Clinical Cat & Kitten Food has been proven safe for kittens as young as 12 weeks old!”
Fewer people are allergic now then 20 years ago.” Which means that it would make sense to get a white cat.”
Favorite Animal: “My favorite animal is the snow leopard!” I’m not sure if you’ve heard of it before, but what’s so great about them? They’re like regular cats with long hair. The only difference is that they have more spots than usual!
– *Day Two: Introduce your white kitty to their new litter box.* Make sure you show them where it goes and make sure there are no accidents for at least two weeks. You may want to start training them from now on because this will be important when they grow up.
* Day Three: Get your baby some toys.* Cats love playing around with anything from sponges to ping pong balls. Try getting them some fuzzy toys to play with.
– *Day Four: Clean your cat’s litter box.* Change the litter once a week and make sure it doesn’t get too dirty or smelly. If you have an automatic one, clean this out every day! You should do this for all of their boxes because they don’t like walking on dirty ground so much.
* Day Five: Introduce your kitty to more people.* Cats are social animals who love making new friends (just not when they’re just waking up). They also feel great about meeting other cats as well. Whether at home or outside, take them over somewhere that has both humans and felines where there will be lots of sniffing going around!
– *Day Six: Brush your cat.* Cats love being brushed, and this can help keep their coats clean. You’ll also want to make sure you brush them as they go through different seasons of the year because over time their coat will change due to shedding levels or environmental changes in humidity and temperature.
* Day Seven: Know when it’s playtime! Play with your kitty at least twice a day, whether that means chasing feathers on a string or just giving them toys to bat around by themselves. This is not only for healthy exercise but fun too! A tired cat is usually an affectionate one who loves nothing more than curling up next to his favorite human for some cuddles before going back out into the world. * Day Eight: Talk to your cat! Cats are intelligent animals and can understand much of what you say, even if they don’t always respond in the way that we expect.* “Day Nine: Kitty Litter.” – Cat litter has been around for decades now but not everyone knows how it works or why every home with a feline should have some. The two most common types are clumping clay litters and non-clumping granules; both work well for odor control as long as they’re changed at least once a week. Clay is better for those who want less tracking because it doesn’t come out when stepped on like other kinds may do. It’s also more natural than synthetic products which could be harmful