We’ve already shared the most popular puppy names of 2015, and now we’ve combed through the 652,536 kitten names in our database to determine which monikers are most common among kittens born this year — and the results are pretty exciting.
While the top 10 don’t yield too many surprises, we’re noticing a few trends and have our eyes on a few rising stars.
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We’ve culled the names of more than 950,000 puppies and 450,000 kittens born in 2011 from Vetstreet’s records to determine the year’s top pet monikers. While gathering our data, we also noticed some interesting trends, including owners who dole out pet names normally reserved for human kids.