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Last week, we highlighted the ten favorite dog names in Colorado as collated in the Banfield State of Pet Health 2013 report, which offers a huge amount of info about our best friends on a state-by-state basis. Today, cats take center stage. We've spotlighted and photo-illustrated the ten favorite cat names in Colorado, which are very different from the dogs list with one notable exception: The top dog name is the second-favorite cat name. (Bet you can figure out why.) We've also included the complete report and other stuff at Colorado cats. Check it all out below. Tenth favorite cat name in Colorado: Chloe. Ninth favorite cat name in Colorado: Charlie. Continue for the ten favorite cat names in Colorado and more. Eighth favorite cat name in Colorado: Jack. Seventh favorite cat name in Colorado: Lucy. Continue for the ten favorite cat names in Colorado and more. Sixth favorite cat name in Colorado: Smokey. Fifth favorite cat name in Colorado: Tigger. Continue for the ten favorite cat names in Colorado and more. Fourth favorite cat name in Colorado: Shadow. Third favorite cat name in Colorado: Max. Continue for the ten favorite cat names in Colorado and more. Second favorite cat name in Colorado: Bella. Favorite cat name in Colorado: Kitty. Continue for the Banfield State of Pet Health 2013 report and other facts and illustrations about Colorado cats.

Banfield Pet Hospital State of Pet Health 2013 Report

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