The name given to the kitten must correspond to the temper, appearance and breed of the pet. Scottish cats, they are cute and funny, but they behave like real aristocrats, so the name should reflect the duality of their nature.
Follow tradition when choosing a purebred Scottish cat name. The cattery where you get the kitten will tell you which letter it should start with, it depends on the litter. In addition, the full name of a cat with a pedigree will contain the names of his ancestors, their sound is also important to consider. If the origin of your pet does not impose restrictions on the choice of name, proceed from what you like.
Give your kitten a true Scottish name. If you are thinking about what to call a cat, look at the traditional names. Moreover, each name has its own meaning. For example, Eileen's name means "blonde beauty", Leslie means "Garden of Eden", and Cameron means "snub-nosed", why not a name for a Scottish cat? In addition, you can choose a name for the character of the pet. If she stands out among others with a special cuteness, then you can give her the name Andrenna, which means "pretty". And if the kitty is sweet, affectionate and friendly, you can call her Skye or "dreamer."
Choose a nickname from among male Scottish names. They also have their own meaning. Therefore, a fearful kitten can be called Greg, that is, "cautious." Give the brave kid the name Bernard, which means "fearless as a bear," or Archibald, "genuine courage." The nickname Graham will suit the gray cat, it means "gravel", or Stini - "stone". If from childhood the kitten behaves in an important and businesslike manner, name him Padraig, that is, "nobleman". All these names, due to their "foreignness", sound important and aristocratic. You can also choose a neutral name, for example, Ramsey - "wild garlic", Davy - "favorite", Forks - "helmet".
Use the map of Scotland to choose a name from the names of the geographical features of this country. It is not necessary to name the kitten Edinburgh, Glasgow or Loch Ness, you can find something more unique. For example, in the north of Scotland there are the cities of Albster, Dunnett, Elfin, Altbee and Thurso. They sound beautiful and are quite suitable for a male kitten. For cats, there is also something euphonious, for example, Dalmalli, Kilmory, Paisley or Shildaig. Any of the names can be transformed into a diminutive name.