Your cat is an explorer—loves the outdoors, or sits in the window dreaming of all adventures they could go on if only they could escape when the front door opens. They breathe in the fresh air when the windows are open and stop to smell the flowers when prancing in the garden. If this sounds a little like your new addition, then do we have the most fabulous name list for you to choose from.
Light and airy, bold, and beautiful, we have a complete list of flower-inspired names for your cat. Now, we know you may think your male kitten needs a stronger more masculine name, but we have a great list of flowers and plants that are just that! Have a peek below at our female and male names, as well as our favorite beautiful and catchy flower options.
Female Flower Cat Names
Male Flower Cat Names
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Pretty Flower Cat Names
From dainty and sweet, to elegant and floral—we know that your kitty deserves a name just as pretty as their coat color, or captivating eyes. If your beautiful kitty draws a crowd and leaves everyone in awe of their cuteness—perhaps they are suited for a name from our list below:
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Catchy Flower Cat Names
These may not be the most obvious of choices, but these flowers and plants definitely have a ring to them! You may consider one from this list if your feline is a bit of an individual, an oddball, or simply vivacious. They also are fun to say—here are our favorite catchy flower cat names:
- Castor Bean
Finding the Right Flower Name for Your Cat
Deciding on a name as earthy as your new kitten might leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed but we hope that our list of 100+ Flower names has left you inspired. Whether you were influenced by their gorgeous coat color and chose Marigold, or simply went with Flower because it’s effortless and incredibly adorable, we are sure there are great suggestions for every cat!
If not, below we have linked additional cat names posts that could help you find the purrfect name for your furr-end!
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