50 Fun Names for Boy Cats

Tom felines have unmistakable identities. You should take some time to discover a name that matches his overall shading or different markings, and also his activities. Here are 50 name choices (and a few notes of explanation behind them) for your new Tom.

Angus: A Scottish name for solid felines who love their freedom.

Archie: Short for Archibald, this name was initially connected with the nobility, settling on it a fine decision for grand kitties.

Aslan: Name your little cat after the striking and cherishing lion in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.

Chart book: In Greek mythology, Atlas was the god that held the world on his shoulders. It’s the ideal name for a little cat who supposes he claims the world.

Bagheera: In Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, the dark puma Bagheera is a shrewd tutor to Mowgli the wilderness kid.

Crook: Tiger felines will take your heart. That is the reason Bandit is an extraordinary name for these conceal hide balls.

Caesar: If your little cat acts like a sovereign in a fur garment, Caesar may be a suitable name.

Casper: Everyone’s most loved amicable apparition, Casper is an awesome name for a white or very nearly all-white little cat.

Chester: Since 1983, a smooth-talking cheetah has been the mascot of Cheetos nibble nourishments. On the off chance that you have an orange kitty, Chester may be the ideal name for him!

Crookshanks: In the Harry Potter arrangement, Crookshanks is the name of Hermione’s fickle Persian feline.

Domino: Let your cat’s jacket shading help you think of a fitting name. Case in point, Domino is perfect for a highly contrasting cat.

Felix: Entertaining us since the 1920s, Felix the Cat is an incredible name for a highly contrasting kitty.

Figaro: Owned by Geppetto in Pinocchio, high contrast Figaro has a featuring part.

Fritz: Fritz the Cat was a toon from the mid-1960s featuring who else however Fritz the Cat.

Garfield: Star of toons and motion pictures, the tubby dark-striped cat Garfield may impart his name to your little cat.

Gatsby: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s excellent novel focuses on rich playboy Jay Gatsby who rules the social scene, much the same as your cat does now. Alternately, for the sake of entertainment, attempt Catsby.

Hoover: If your cat gets each kitchen scrap that tumbles to the floor, you should think about calling him Hoover.

Houdini: Can your cat escape from any room in your home? Provided that this is true, Houdini may be the ideal name.

Seeker: Even if your little cat never sets a paw outside, he will dependably be longing for cutting down big game.

Curse: In the film Meet The Parents the Himalayan feline, Mr. Curse, stole the show.

Lancelot: The most trusted of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, Lancelot would make an incredible name for a striking kid little cat.