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April 22, 2016

Rover.com, the nation’s Airbnb for pets, released its annual survey of the most popular cat names.

The survey polled users from across the Rover.com network to identify which traditional names remain at the top of the list, what new names are emerging to reflect pop culture, and what naming trends differentiate dogs and cats.

According to the results, pop culture continues to dominate cat names. Top pop culture-related names include Khaleesi, Bieber, and Yoda.

Additionally, over half of all cats – 52 percent – have a human moniker, up from 22 percent in 2014.

The most popular cat names included:

For males –

1. Oliver

2.  Leo

3. Charlie

4. Milo

5. Max

6. Jack

7. George

8. Simon

9. Loki

10. Simba

 

For females –

1. Luna

2. Chloe

3. Bella

4. Lucy

5. Lily

6. Sophie

7. Lola

8. Zoe

9. Cleo

10. Nala

 

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