How the world’s favourite pet cats got their name

How a little fluffy pet cat got its name?

It’s all part of the cat name business.

As a cat lover, it’s not all fun and games.

The word “cattery” was born, and it’s now a household name.

As we reported in December, the name was inspired by the phrase “Cats are our friends.”

And now it seems as though the cat is also the cat of choice for the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly named his pet cat after the late Lord Byron, the English author.

According to The Sun, “the cat is called Lady Byron because Lady Byron wrote the book Lady Byron.”

Byron’s wife, Lady Elizabeth, wrote “Lady Byron” in 1827, and the book was published the same year.

The title was a nod to Lady Byron’s love of cats.

According the Telegraph, “Lady of the Cats” was coined in the late 1960s, with the author suggesting it could be a reference to the book’s title.

The name “Lady” was derived from the word “lady” and comes from the Latin word for a lady, the word meaning “soul.”

Lady Byron was an English writer and poet, known for her short stories, poems, and plays.

She died in 1843, at the age of 58.