Pet names based on color:
Which names suit pets with blue feathers or blue fur? After all, not just budgies are blue. There are also dogs and cats that have a blue sheen to their fur. Of course, you can also just choose a “blue” name because it’s your favorite color.
- Blue Star
- Night Blue
Your pet doesn’t have to be completely blue for you to give it a blue name. The feathers or fur on its wings, head or other body part only need a few touches of blue.
You can find lovely bright blue feathers in birds. By the way: it can also be fun to name the birds in your garden. Like if you always see a blue tit, a blue kingfisher or a jay (blue wings) come to visit.
Even dogs, cats and guinea pigs can have blue fur. Of course, they’re not azure blue, royal blue or sky blue. It’s mostly a mousy-gray or anthracite fur that has a blue shimmer in some lights. Chartreux and Russian blue cats always have blue fur, for example. Scottish folds and British short hairs can be lots of different colors, such as black, brown, silver, red or white.
Some dogs and cats have lovely unusual blue eyes. If you want to draw attention to these, you could choose a “blue name”.
Dog breeds with blue eyes:
Did You Know?
Some horses even have blue eyes! Would you have guessed that? They’re sometimes called fish eyes when the iris (the rainbow skin around the black pupil) is light blue. Cremello horses often have these eyes. Cremello isn’t a horse breed, but a certain coloring.
Meaning of the Color Blue
The color blue is said to have a relaxing and calming effect. It’s also the color of longing, eternity and silence. It stands for communication and language, and promotes creativity.