65 Travel Cat Names – Pet Names Inspired by Travel

65 Travel Cat Names – Pet Names Inspired by Travel

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Bring a new cat into your home? Trying to decide on a name? Travel related pet names are more common than you maybe think and are a great way to express your love of exploration.

If like us you love to travel, you maybe want to choose a name inspired by your constant wanderlust. Which is why we have compiled this list of travel cat names for your latest family addition

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Take a look at our list of travel cat names below (and be sure to let us know which you choose!)

65 Cat Names Inspired by travel and the world

  • Alaska
  • Alpine
  • Asia
  • Aspen
  • Atlas
  • Attenborough
  • Aurora (Northern Lights- Aurora Borealis)
  • Bali
  • Berlin
  • Berlin
  • Boston
  • Brooklyn
  • Caspian
  • Chicago
  • Dakota
  • Darwin
  • Delhi
  • Denver
  • Dutch
  • Everest
  • Fernwah
  • Fiji
  • Florence
  • Gypsy
  • Hamilton
  • Hudson
  • Hygge
  • India
  • Java
  • Jersey
  • Jet
  • Kyoto
  • Logan
  • London
  • London
  • Mali
  • Marco (Marco Polo)
  • Memphis
  • Meraki
  • Miles
  • NOLA (New Orleans)
  • Nomad
  • Ohio
  • Orlando
  • Oslo
  • Ramen
  • Rio
  • Roman
  • Sahara
  • Sailor
  • Savannah
  • Scotia
  • Sydney
  • Thai
  • Tennessee
  • Tokyo
  • Travel
  • Traveller
  • Utah
  • Venice
  • Voyage
  • Whistler
  • Zion

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Tips for helping your cat learn their name

Cats are very intelligent animals but it can take time for them to learn their name, so it is important to be patient. During the naming period be sure to only use their chosen name positively and during positive experiences such as petting and receiving treats.

Say their name gently and softly. Avoid high pitched voices, aggressive tones or shouting. A negative experience with their name could lead to them associating their name with a bad experience.

We often end up having various names for our cats. They can get shortened or over time, as we learn their personalities more, nicknames will form. However, it is important during the learning period only their full name is used (for example, if the cat is called Baymax only call them this while learning, do not interchange between Baymax, Bay, Max, etc) this will help prevent confusion.

Each time your cat responds to their name reward them! This can be with either a tasty treat or their favourite toy.

Ideally, you will not want to let your cat outside until you are confident they will respond to their name. However, to ease any concerns you may also want to look into getting your cat a GPS Cat Tracker Collar.

Bringing a new cat home is an exciting time and choosing their name is often one of the hardest things to do. By choosing a travel-inspired pet name you will forever be combining your love of felines and adventure.