Unique Cat Names Inspired By U.S. Town Names

A town is a human settlement larger than a village but smaller than a city. From the easternmost reaches of Maine to the western Alaska islands in the Bering Sea, there are lots of towns with imaginable names. Check out these wonderful U.S. town names, these cool names also make perfect cat names for your beloved kittens.

Avon: One of many rivers named Avon River or River Avon.

Bahama: The name of the country officially known as The Bahamas.
Blunt: A surname, Emily Blunt is a famous British actress.
Bobo: A great surname and nickname. In colloquial use, bobo is often utilized in place of the word yuppie.
Boca: A sports club based in La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Bonita: A feminine given name means "pretty, cute" in Spanish and Portuguese.
Cactus: A member of the plant family Cactaceae.
Chico: Nickname means little boy in Spanish.
Colon: Village names in Michigan and Nebraska, also a French wine grape known as Gros Verdot.
Dickey: Place or river names in USA, also give name or nickname.
Disco: A genre of music incorporating elements of funk, soul music, and salsa.
Dixie: Nickname for the Southern United States, also place names in North America.
Eden: Place names, closely related to an Aramaic root word meaning "fruitful, well-watered."
Eureka: The largest US city named Eureka.
Faith: Great place name, song name, given name and surname.
Fannie: Literary given name and place name.
Fickle: Community and hill name, it can be a name for those who always have trouble making up their minds.
Hope: Very popular place name and song name.
Igo: Igo is a small town in the United States.
Java: The most populous island located in Indonesia. It is also town and village name in USA.
Junior: Very popular name for sports players.
Jupiter: The fifth planet from the Sun, it is also places name in USA and Romania.
Kidder: Place name.
Lemmon: Multiple locations place name, it is also a surname.
Lorida: An unincorporated community in eastern Highlands County, Florida.

Mars: The fourth planet from the Sun, it is also the Roman god of war.
Mayo: Place name and surname. "Mayo people" is an Indigenous ethnic group who live in the Mexican states of Sinaloa and Sonora.
Moon: Earth's only natural satellite.
Muck: A soil made up primarily of humus from drained swampland.
Munster: Place names of which the best-known are the Irish province Munster and the German city of M√ľnster.
Nitro: Nitrous oxide is a fuel injector to increase horsepower in race cars.
Pigeon: A common name for birds of the taxonomic family Columbidae, particularly the rock pigeon.
Rome: Rome is the capital city of Italy. There is an apple variety also known as Rome Beauty or Red Rome.
Rye: A grass grown extensively as a grain. Rye whiskey and Rye bread are made with rye grain and flour.
Salmon: Any of several species of fish of the family Salmonidae. Salmon color is a pale pink-orange color.
Sandia: Means "watermelon" in Spanish language.
Sargent: There are a lot of people have the surname "Sargent". Rupert Sargent was the first Black Officer in history to be awarded the Medal of Honor.
Savage: Savage means a rude, wild and boorish person.
Scooba: Scooba is a cleaning robot belonging to iRobot Corporation. You may also try Scuba, which is an acronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
Siberia: Siberia is the region of Russia between the Ural Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
Stone: A small piece of rock of any shape.
Tarzan: A fictional character created by writer Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Texico: Name of some places in the United States.
Thorn: A sharp structure on plants.
Tingle: Video game character of the eponymous Tingle series.
Torpedo: A self-propelled explosive projectile that operates underwater.
Tuba: A musical instrument that plays notes in the bass clef.
Verde: Verde Means "Green" in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Romanian.
Wahoo: A dark blue scombrid fish or an expression of jubilation.
Wood: Natural material produced by the growth of plants, mainly trees and shrubs, also one of the five Chinese elements.
Yaak: Yaak is unincorporated town in Lincoln County, Montana. It is also a tributary of the Kootenay River.
Yale: Yale University is the United States' third-oldest institution of higher education.
Yazoo: Yazoo tribe is a Native American people who lived in Mississippi. Yazoo River is also in the state of Mississippi.
Zap: Onomatopoetic word for a discharge of electricity or an electric shock.

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