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300+ Twin Cat Names: Double Down on These Options for Your Sibling Cats

Twin Cat Names

Themed names are fun.  Just admit it. Having a singular pet is exciting enough to find a clever name for, but what if you up the numbers? Naming a pair of kitties can be way more adventurous than only one!

If you have two adorable little kitties that are siblings, you might want a cute little name set for them both. Lucky for you—there are tons of options. But if you can’t come up with any and need some inspiration, we’re here to help out.


How to Name Your Kitty Pair

Only you can ultimately decide how to name your pair of kittens. But no worries, we have you covered. You might wonder where to even start. Perhaps you’ve already scoured a million different name lists, and you can’t make up your mind.

Or maybe there’s a name sitting in the back of your head that you want to use but can’t figure out if it’s the right time. Here are a few different ways you can pick out the name that you will call these precious little felines for the rest of your life.

Twin Munchkin Cat
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Use a Favorite Movie or TV Show

Can you go wrong if you pick character names you love so much? We think not. There are tons to choose from, too. Brothers, sisters, best friends, inseparable pairs—you name it.

Get Creative

You can make up quite a fine selection of names, drawing up some silly, serious, or sentimental inspiration. Whether you like a good play on words or want to name your twin kitties after a pairing of some kind—the raw material for names is endless!

Choose Sounds You Enjoy

Let’s face it—some names are flat-out fun to say. If you just like how a couple of names roll off the tongue, you’re free to use whatever strikes your fancy.

Consider Personality

You can try to pick themed names all you wish, but sometimes personalities just have to sit. If your little kitty duo reminds you of a specific couple of people, they might really slam your search and make it easy.


Character-Inspired Names for Your Cats

Some of the best inspiration we can think of comes from shows and movies. There’s just something about how you can connect with a character that makes it so personal. And even if you don’t so much connect with a character, when you think of twins, many different books and movies might come to your head.

Two cute Egyptian Mau cats
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Here are a few to ponder over.

Male Pair Names

  • Milo and Otis—Milo and Otis
  • Tweedledee and Tweedledum—Alice in Wonderland
  • Bob and Larry—Veggie Tales
  • Frick and Frack—Frick and Frack
  • Igor and Frankenstein—Frankenstein
  • Flotsam and Jetsam—The Little Mermaid
  • Norm and Dag—Angry Beavers
  • SpongeBob and Patrick—SpongeBob
  • Doug and Skeeter—Doug
  • Fred and George—Harry Potter
  • Steve-O and Knoxville—Jackass
  • Spunky and Rocko—Rocko’s Modern Life
  • Copper and Todd—Fox and the Hound
  • Meatwad and Frylock—Aqua Teen Hunger Force
  • Bert and Ernie—Sesame Street
  • Abbott and Costello—Abbott and Costello
  • Mario and Luigi—Mario
  • Holmes and Watson—Sherlock Holmes
  • Dewey and Nate—Walk Hard
  • Jay and Silent Bob—Dogma

Female Pair Names

  • Thelma and Louise—Thelma and Louise
  • Laverne and Shirley
  • Mary Kate and Ashley
  • Betty and Wilma—The Flintstones
  • Romy and Michelle—Romy and Michelle
  • Rainbow Dash and Apple Jack—My Little Pony
  • Cher and Dion—Clueless
  • Lucy and Mimi—Crossroads
  • Frances and Sofie—Frances Ha
  • Annie and Elise—First Wives Club
  • Frankie and Grace—Grace and Frankie
  • Aibileen and Mimi—The Help
  • Barden and Bellas—Pitch Perfect
  • Vivian and Kit—Pretty Woman
  • Tibby and Lena—Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
  • Rose and Dorothy—Golden Girls
  • Baby and Scary—The Spice Girls
  • Nancy and Bonnie—The Craft
  • Annie and Lillian—Bridesmaids
  • Miranda and Samantha—Sex and the City

Unisex Names

  • Violet and Klaus—Series of Unfortunate Events
  • Abby and Eric—Santa Clarita Diet
  • Alexis and David—Schitts Creek
  • Luke and Leia—Star Wars
  • Mabel and Dipper—Gravity Falls
  • Ron and Ginny—Harry Potter
  • Phineas and Candice—Phineas and Ferb
  • Joon and Benny—Benny and Joon
  • Lisa and Bart—The Simpson
  • Wednesday and Pugsley—The Addams Family
  • Thing 1 and Thing 2—Cat in the Hat
  • Pebbles and BamBam—The Flintstones
  • Eliza and Donnie—Wild Thornberrys
  • Hansel and Gretel—Hansel and Gretel
  • Mulder and Scully—X-Files
  • Vada and Thomas—My Girl
  • Cat and Casper—Casper
  • Leslie and Jesse—Bridge to Terabithia
  • Lizzie and Gordon—Lizzie McGuire
  • Joey and Phoebe—Friends


Famous Names for Your Twin Pair

There are many historical, celebrity, political, and otherwise famous names of sibling pairs in the limelight. If you’re a fan of anyone in the media or history books—living or deceased, you might want a brother/sister duo name for your kitties.

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Male Pair Names

  • Wilbur and Orville—Wilbur and Orville Wright
  • Alec and William—Baldwin brothers
  • John and Ted—Kennedy brothers
  • William and Harry—Prince William and Harry
  • Cole and Dylan—Cole and Dylan Sprouse
  • Cain and Abel—Biblical brothers
  • Marlon and Keenen—Wayan brothers
  • Owen and Luke—Owen and Luke Wilson
  • Edwin and John—Edwin and John Wilkes Booth
  • Kevin and Nick—Kevin and Nick Jonas
  • Isaac and Taylor—Isaac and Taylor Hanson
  • Jeff and Beau—Jeff and Beau Bridges
  • David and Andrew—David and Andrew Lauren
  • Ben and Casey—Ben and Casey Affleck
  • Mark and Donnie—Mark and Donnie Wahlberg
  • Cameron and Tyler—Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss
  • Liam and Luke—Liam and Luke Hemsworth

Female Pair Names

  • Helen and Anne—Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan
  • Eleanor and Pauli—Eleanor Roosevelt and Pauli Murray
  • Paris and Nicki—Paris and Nicki Hilton
  • Kourtney and Khloe—Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian
  • Malia and Sasha—Malia and Sasha Obama
  • Solange and Beyoncé—Solange and Beyoncé Knowles
  • Britney and Jamie Lynn—Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears
  • Pippa and Kate—Pippa and Kate Middleton
  • Tia and Tamera—Tia and Tamera Monty
  • Miley and Noah—Miley and Noah Cyrus
  • Nicole and Sofia—Nicole and Sofia Richie
  • Jessica and Ashlee—Jessica and Ashlee Simpson
  • Hilary and Haylie—Hilary and Haylie Duff
  • Zooey and Emily—Zooey and Emily Deschanel
  • Bianca and Sierra—CocoRosie
  • Lily and Ruby—Lily and Ruby Aldridge

Unisex Names

  • Angus and Julia—Angus and Julia Stone
  • Sonny and Cher—Sonny Bono and Cher
  • Jaden and Willow—Jaden and Willow Smith
  • Donatella and Santo—Donatella and Santo Versace
  • Kate and Oliver—Kate and Oliver Hudson
  • Maggie and Jake—Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal
  • Kaia and Presley—Kaia and Presley Gerber
  • Jack and Tatiana—Jack and Tatiana Schlossberg
  • Julianne and Derek—Julianne and Derek Hough
  • Jussie and Jurnee—Jussie and Jurnee Smollett
  • Shirley and Warren—Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty
  • Jane and Peter—Jane and Peter Fonda
  • Brandy and Ray J—Brandy and Ray J Norwood
  • Joan and Jack—Joan and Jack Cusack
  • Jason and Justine—Jason and Justine Bateman
  • David and Patricia—David and Patricia Arquette
  • Billie and Finneas—Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell


Goofy, Cutesy Twin Names

The beauty about naming an animal, or anyone for that matter, is it doesn’t necessarily have to have a rhyme or reason. It can be a bunch of sounds thrown together or names of objects—the possibilities are endless.

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Male Pair Names

  • Shrimp-boat and Tug-boat
  • Bangers and Mash
  • Eros and Logos
  • Ben and Jerry
  • Starsky and Hutch
  • Cheech and Chong
  • Fido and Felix
  • Batman and Robin
  • Webster and Winston
  • Kirk and Spock
  • Cheese and Cracker
  • Burger and Fries
  • Mike and Ike
  • Hubba and Bubba
  • Crumb and Stutts
  • Bean and Nugget
  • Bro and Dude
  • Hip and Hop
  • Sprout and Sprinkle
  • Pip and Pan

Female Pair Names

  • Pansy and Posy
  • Kiki and Coco
  • Fefe and Faye
  • Mimi and Momo
  • Lark and Wren
  • Sugar and Spice
  • Cookie and Cream
  • Fritzi and Mitzi
  • Lettie and Lottie
  • Sweet Tart and Smarties
  • Kismet and Karma
  • Reeses and Buttercup
  • Poundcake and Muffins
  • Bitsy and Betsy
  • Oprah and Ellen
  • Meiko and Marlo
  • Violet and Dandelion
  • Pippy and Punky
  • Noodle and Tofu
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Clementine and Tangerine

Unisex Names

  • Mousse and Marzipan
  • Peanut and Chestnut
  • Pancake and Waffle
  • Apples and Bananas
  • Ravioli and Tortellini
  • Fluffy and Floofy
  • Viva and Vero
  • Fish and Chips
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Nook and Cranny
  • Tootsie Roll and Taffy
  • Knickknack and Paddywack
  • Skittles and Starburst
  • Tidbit and Tiny-tot
  • Tiddlywinks and Twinkletoes
  • Tomato-tomato and Potato-potato
  • Jelly Bean and Jolly Rancher
  • Falafel and Figgy
  • Sherbet and Herbert
  • Giblet and Goblin
  • Duke and Duchess
  • Bubbles and Suds
  • Girdle and Trousers
  • Twig and Berries
  • Chunk and Tubs
  • Grapes and Eggs
  • Fezziwig and Polliwog
  • Iggy Pop and Ziggy
  • Mocha and Cappuccino
  • Turkey and Tater
  • Pickles and Poptart
  • Chimichanga and Chatterbox
  • Flo and Ebb
  • Lop and Lib


Regular Joe Names for your Twin Cats

Do you enjoy it when people name their animals after, well, people? There are tons of old, trendy, or cutesy average everyday names you can pick for your twin pair. Essentially you can use whatever pairing you want, but here are some ideas we tossed together.

Abyssinian cats
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Male Pair Names

  • Lloyd and Larry
  • Duncan and Declan
  • Hugo and Hero
  • Vincent and Victor
  • Bruno and Brutus
  • Pops and Pappy
  • Kirby and Kurtis
  • Douglas and Dewey
  • Edmund and Edward
  • Dan and Sam
  • Thurman and Truman
  • Patrick and Pax
  • Corbin and Reuben
  • Gill and Gru
  • Dave and Don
  • Rocco and Roscoe
  • Ferdinand and Franz
  • Pippin and Payton
  • Edgar and Eli
  • Oliver and Oscar
  • Stanley and Stewie
  • Lyle and Lloyd
  • Abner and Abe
  • Nigel and Niles
  • Carl and Charles

Female Pair Names

  • Phyllis and Francis
  • Tonya and Trudy
  • Gertie and Gabby
  • Mitzi and Margot
  • Doreen and Dolores
  • Harriet and Helen
  • Hazel and Opal
  • Deana and Dinah
  • Suzanne and Sally
  • Pixie and Trixie
  • Margo and Marcie
  • Sarah and Samara
  • Tansy and Pansy
  • Belinda and Betsy
  • Charlene and Jolene
  • Tammy and Tracy
  • Lilith and Lyra
  • Winifred and Wilhelmina
  • Tabitha and Tawny
  • Judith and Janice
  • Margot and Margaret
  • Abby and Ally
  • Priscilla and Prudence
  • Sissy and Sandy
  • Anya and Anika
  • Rue and Roma
  • Nila and Delilah
  • Peony and Petunia
  • Emmie and Ellie
  • Jasmine and Jade

Unisex Names

  • Dudley and Daisy
  • Gus and Gabby
  • Harold and Hilda
  • Grady and Gracie
  • Frank and Freda
  • Earl and Ellie
  • Joe and Jane
  • Barney and Bonnie
  • Victor and Victoria
  • Toby and Tonya
  • Ira and Ida
  • Sherman and Shirley
  • Tubby and Trudy
  • Wilbur and Wilma
  • Ralph and Rhonda
  • Simon and Sophie
  • Francis and Fannie
  • Quade and Quinn
  • Zeb and Zelda
  • Yuri and Zuri
  • Newman and Nina
  • Monty and Mona
  • Oswald and Olga
  • Terrance and Tina
  • Rudy and Rosy
  • Percy and Penny
  • Duncan and Dinah
  • Fester and Fern
  • Henry and Holly
  • Randy and Rita


Twin Names Based on Color

If you want to go more for a color theme, there are plenty of twin names to choose from here. We could go on for days in each individual color category, but here are five of each.

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Black Cats

  • Crow and Raven
  • Ebony and Onyx
  • Ink and Coal
  • Tarot and Rune
  • Twilight and Eve

Orange Cats

  • Pumpkin and Ginger
  • Clementine and Tangerine
  • Nutmeg and Maple
  • Mango and Peach
  • Coral and Terracotta

Gray Cats

  • Smoke and Smolder
  • Ash and Soot
  • Ghost and Ghoul
  • Pewter and Slate
  • Gunpowder and Lead

White Cats

  • Snowbell and Flurry
  • Avalanche and Everest
  • Purity and Piety
  • Chalky and Milky
  • Ivory and Alabaster

Calico Cats

  • Taco and Fajita
  • Patch and Marble
  • Chimera and Chili
  • Kaleidoscope and Rainbow
  • Harlequin and Motley

Tuxedo Cats

  • Monochrome and Grayscale
  • Piebald and Magpie
  • Dapple and Merle
  • Oreo and Cookie
  • Skunk and Panda

Tabby Cat

  • Jailbird and Lag
  • Candy Cane and Peppermint
  • Pinstripe and Crochet
  • Streak and Stripes
  • Bumblebee and Chipmunk


That’s All She Wrote

We know, we know—this list doesn’t even crack half of the twin names you could come up with, but we think it’s a pretty good start.

Even if you didn’t find the right pair of names, maybe it gives you the inspiration to draw from to pick exactly what fits your little duo the best.

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