We’ve examined various Disney–inspired names for your future child, so it’s fitting that we’re finally giving you a list of Disney-inspired names for your pet, which, let’s be real, is essentially the equivalent of many people’s non-human child. Without further ado, here are 20 monikers for your pet that have that Disney magic:
Winnie, Winnie the Pooh
You can’t say “Winnie” without smiling a little—seriously, try it. What’s great about “Winnie” is that it’s not trendy in a way that will make you regret your decision in a year or so, nor is it too traditional a name that you won’t be able to yell it in a dog park and have several dogs run to your side.
Marie, The AristoCats
It’s obviously the perfect name for a sassy cat, but Marie also works for any other type of sassy animal: “Marie” the sassy dog, “Marie” the sassy bird, “Marie” the sassy ferret, etc.
Whenever we watch Cinderella we always sympathize with sweet Bruno. He’s the silent hero, helping the mice free Cinderella from her bedroom by chasing away Lucifer the cat. If you’re looking for a name that invokes loyalty and reliability, look no further than “Bruno.”
Dinah, Alice in Wonderland
We don’t really see Dinah that much in Alice in Wonderland (she appears only at the beginning and the end) but when we do see her she’s so cute and captivating. We like how it’s not the most obvious Disney-inspired name, so you can claim that it was your totally original idea.
Chip, Beauty and the Beast
Cute and to the point, the name “Chip” is great for dogs, cats, turtles, hamsters, and even fish. The word conjures images of everyone’s favorite charming, innocent little sidekick character from Beauty and the Beast.
Mochi, Big Hero 6
We love the name Aunt Cass has given her fluffy cat who quickly befriends Baymax. It’s sweet—literally. “Mochi” is a type of Japanese rice cake—but also a little unusual, making for the perfect pet name.
Another adorable name! Just imagine your new little furry (or scaly, feathered, etc.) friend answering to “Bambi!” How can you not be bursting with joy at the thought of that scenario?
Stitch or Experiment 626, Lilo &
Both names are fun and a little quirky, which is pretty much the requirement for a good pet name. In fact, you can name your pet “Stitch” and then give them the nickname “Experiment 626”, how about that?
J. Thaddeus Toad, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.
We’re thinking this would be a great name for any amphibian. It’s classy, worldly, and almost too complex a name for a toad, but you know what, it’s your toad and you can name it whatever you want, so why not?
Kida and Milo, Atlantis
Here’s an idea: if you have a cat and a dog, why not name one of them “Milo” and the other “Kida?”
With its gender neutralness and connection to our best pal, “Mickey” is a suitable name for any pet who is also your best friend.
Max, The Little Mermaid
Sweet and simple, we love the name “Max” as well as its namesake.
Little John, Robin Hood
Just like the character from Robin Hood, “Little John” is an endearing moniker that’s fit for your loyal little sidekick.
Lovely name for a snowman, but also delightfully fitting for practically any type of domesticated animal.
Look no further for the perfect teacup pig name!
Little Brother, Mulan
We’ve loved this name since we were introduced to Mulan’s adorably energetic pup back in 1998. What’s great is that it plays on the fact that while Mulan is technically an only child, she really does have a little brother in, well, Little Brother.
For those in search of a creative, artistic, and original name for their pet.
Simply put, “Flit” is our ideal bird name.
There’s nothing better than an ironic name for your pet, and we love how the use of “Rhino” for the little hamster in Bolt fits that bill. However, once you watch the movie, you understand that Rhino’s name is pretty representative of his large personality. How we adore the nuances of cinema! Additionally, we also love the names “Bolt” and “Mittens” for obvious reasons.
Every single name from One Hundred and One
Each dog has a fitting moniker—from Rolly and Freckles, to Lucky and Pepper. Seriously, even the name “Perdita,” which means “lost” in Italian, is on our list!
Tell us what your favorite Disney pet name is!
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