200 Best Twin Cat Names: Cute & Funny Ideas For Sibling Cats

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Sometimes, one cat just isn’t enough for us cat lovers. Doubling the fun with a set of two cats just seems like the most natural thing to do – the more the merrier!

And if you are lucky enough to give a loving home to a set of cats who already come as a pair because they are twins or siblings (either literally or figuratively), then you also have the perfect fun opportunity to give your kitty’s names that go together. Here are 200 names for your consideration.

200 Best Twin Cat Names

  1. Abbott and Costello – The classic comedy duo from the silver screen era, famous for their “Who’s on First?” skit.
  2. Anne and Andy – Name your cats for Raggedy Anne and Andy.
  3. Arnold and Danny – As in Arnold Schwartzenegger and Danny De-Vito, who played unlikely brothers in the movie Twins.
  4. Artemis and Apollo – The divine twin archers from Greek mythology.
  5. Bacon and Eggs – Name your twin felines after the classic breakfast combo!
  6. Bart and Lisa – Brother and sister from The Simpsons.
  7. Batman and Robin – The dynamic duo!
  8. Beauty and the Beast – Perfect for a male and female twin duo, especially if one cat is a big beastie, and the other a delicate beauty
  9. Beavis and Butthead – Perfect if you have a couple of goofballs to name!
  10.  Ben and Jerry – Ice cream fans know what this one is!
  11.  Biscuit and Gravy – If you grew up in the south or with family from the south, then you may be familiar with this hearty breakfast!
  12.  Bonnie and Clyde – The perfect name for twin outlaws…or a couple of kitties who are always up to some mischief!
  13.  Captain Kirk and SpockStar Trek fans will appreciate this couple of names.
  14.  Chandler and Joey – Besties from the show Friends.
  15.  Cheech and Chong – Fans of retro comedy will find this duo of names a lot of fun.

Biscuit and Gravy – If you grew up in the south or with family from the south, then you may be familiar with this hearty breakfast!

  1.  Chip and Dale – Disney’s favorite chipmunk duo!
  2.  Chocolate and Vanilla – Perfect for black and white cat twins!
  3.  David and Goliath – If you have a set of twins where one is small and one is large, then why not go Biblical with your naming?
  4.  Dennis and Sweet Dee – Fans of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will recognize these infamous twins who are always up to no good.
  5.  Doc and Marty – The main protagonists from the 80s classic movies, Back to the Future.
  6.  Dolce and Gabbana – For the luxurious, fancy twin cats out there.
  7.  Donny and Marie – A brother and sister pop music duo that had their own variety show in the 70s.
  8.  Double and Trouble – Because when you have more than one cat, you certainly get double the fun, and of course, double the trouble.
  9.  Fish and Chips – A delicious treat, that cats would probably appreciate!
  10.  Flotsam and Jetsam – A reference to the villainous twin eels from The Little Mermaid.
  11.  Fred & Barney – Besties from The Flintstones.
  12.  Fred and George – The Weasley twins from Harry Potter.
  13.  Gin and Tonic – Fun names for classy cocktail fans.
  14.  Hall and Oates – The pop rock duo from the 70s.
  15.  Hansel and Gretel – Classic names from a classic fairytale.

Fish and Chips – A delicious treat, that cats would probably appreciate!

  1.  Han Solo and Chewy – Han Solo and Chewbacca came together as a duo of smugglers in the Star Wars franchise.
  2.  He-Man and She-Ra – The Master Of The Universe and Princess Of Power make for quite the duo!
  3.  Henny and Penny – The English version of the Chicken Little folktale.
  4.  Itchy and Scratchy – Fans of The Simpsons will recognize this over-the-top duo.
  5.  Jack and Jill – From the children’s nursery rhyme of the same name.
  6.  Jack and Meg – Fans of the rock duo The White Stripes will appreciate this set of names.
  7.  Jaime and Cersei – Okay, we know that as famous twins go, this Game of Thrones duo is rightfully controversial, but fans of the series will still appreciate the reference.
  8.  Jay and Silent Bob – Fans of Kevin Smith films should get a kick out of these name options.
  9.  Jekyll and Hyde – This name would be perfect for a set of cats with very opposite personalities.
  10.  Jules and Vincent – The names of two of the most iconic characters in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.
  11.  Ketchup and Mustard – The perfect condiment duo?
  12.  Key and Peele – A reference to this comedy pair would be a fitting name for cats that are really good at making you laugh.
  13.  Laurel and Hardy – A comedy duo from the classical Hollywood era.
  14.  Lennon and McCartney – John Lennon and Paul McCartney may have been a part of the Fab Four known as The Beatles, but they shared a special bond and were thought of as the unifying force that made The Beatles, well, The Beatles!
  15.  Lewis and Clark – A couple of explorers in America’s early history.

Ketchup and Mustard – The perfect condiment duo?

  1.  Lilo and Stitch – A duo of misunderstood misfits in one of Disney’s quirkier animated films.
  2.  Lucy & Ethel – Best friends, neighbors, and partners in “crime” on I Love Lucy.
  3.  Luke and Leia – A famous set of siblings from Star Wars (yes, we are still trying to forget about that kiss they shared, but after Game of Thrones’ Cersei and Jamie, nothing is shocking, is it?)
  4.  Mac and Cheese – A yummy duo for a couple of cats that go together.
  5.  Major and Minor – Perfect for twin cats that consist of one big and one small.
  6.  Mario and Luigi – Did you know that the Mario Bros. are actually twins? It’s true!
  7.  Mary-Kate and Ashley – Famous actress twins.
  8.  Mickey and Minnie – Disney fans will appreciate this set of names.
  9.  Milk and Cookies – Does anything else go together better than this treat?
  10.  Minneapolis and St. Paul – The names of the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
  11.  Mona and Lisa – A cute couple of names for your beloved kitties.
  12.  Monica and Rachel – Famous besties from the sitcom Friends.
  13.  Moon and Stars – Whimsical names that just go together.
  14.  Moulder and Scully – Famous beloved FBI partners from The X-Files.
  15.  PB and J – A classic pair!

Mona and Lisa – A cute couple of names for your beloved kitties.

  1.  Phil and Lil – Phil and Lil DeVille are a set of twins on the charming Nickelodeon cartoon, Rugrats.
  2.  Phoebe and Ursula – Remember that Phoebe from Friends had a twin named Ursula! Fitting names for two cats with very different personalities.
  3.  Pinky and The Brain – A beloved duo of lab rats. As you may have heard, “one is a genius, the other’s insane.”
  4.  Polka and Dot – An especially cute set of names to consider for your cuties.
  5.  Puss and Boots – Yes, it’s technically “puss in boots,” but it still works!
  6.  Quicksilver and The Scarlett Witch – Twins from the X-Men universe.
  7.  Ren and Stimpy – Fun names for silly and quirky cats.
  8.  Riff and Raff – Perfect for a couple of feline partners in crime that like to get up to mischief.
  9.  Rock and Roll – If you are a music fan, these are great names.
  10.  Rocky and Bullwinkle – A retro cartoon that featured this cartoon squirrel and moose duo.
  11.  Rolls and Royce – Another couple of names for classy cats.
  12.  Romeo and Juliet – Especially fitting for affection, lover cats.
  13.  Romy and Michelle – Best friends from the movies Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion.
  14.  Salt and Pepper – For either a white and black
  15.  Samson and Delilah – Especially fitting if one cat is long-haired and the other is especially beautiful.

Puss and Boots – Yes, it’s technically “puss in boots,” but it still works!

  1.  Scooby and Shaggy – Perfect names for easily spooked cats.
  2.  Sherlock and Watson – Sherlock Holmes and his dear Watson have always been quite the pair.
  3.  Shrek and Fiona – Beloved ogres from the Shrek movies.
  4.  Sid and Nancy – For the cat couple with a very volatile relationship.
  5.  Simon and Garfunkel – An adorable set of names after this folk duo.
  6.  Smoky and Bandit – Named for the 1970s comedy film.
  7.  Spaghetti and Meatball – If one of your cats is long and skinny and the other is short and chubby, this is pretty perfect!
  8.  Starsky and Hutch – A buddy-cop duo in this retro 70s TV show.
  9.  Sugar and Spice -…and everything nice!
  10.  Summer and Winter – A cute duo of names for maybe an orange/blonde tabby and a white cat.
  11.  Sun and Moon – Perhaps you have two cats with personalities to match these names – one which is “sunny” and chipper, and one which is quiet and tranquil.
  12.  Sylvester and Tweety – A cat and bird duo from Looney Tunes.
  13.  Tegan and Sara – A Canadian pop duo who are actual twins.
  14.  Thelma and Louise – A classic buddy/crime dramedy from the 90s that starred Geena Davis and Susan Sarandan.
  15.  Thing 1 and Thing 2 – Dr. Suess fans will enjoy these names from the characters in The Cat In The Hat!

Spaghetti and Meatball – If one of your cats is long and skinny and the other is short and chubby, this is pretty perfect!

  1.  Tic and Tac – Just don’t get the cats mixed up!
  2.  Timon and Pumba – The warthog and meerkat from The Lion King.
  3.  Toast and Jam – Or Bread and Jam, if you prefer!
  4.  Tom and Jerry – A classic cat and mouse duo, but they still work as names for two cats!
  5.  Tweedledee and Tweedledum – Everyone’s favorite quirky twins from Alice and Wonderland.
  6.  Venus and Serena – The names of the Williams sisters, who happen to be the GOATs of professional tennis.
  7.  War and Peace – An epic Russian classic written by Leo Tolstoy.
  8.  Wayne and Garth – From Saturday Night Live’s famous sketch turned cult classic movies from the 90s.
  9.  Woody and Buzz – The dynamic duo from Toy Story.
  10.  Yin and Yang – A perfect set of names for black, white, or tuxedo cats.

Tom and Jerry – A classic cat and mouse duo, but they still work as names for two cats!

Having a set of twin or sibling cats is a lot of fun. Not only do you get double the fun with a dynamic feline duo, but you get a whole lot of great names to choose from that only work when you have two to work with.

About Ma'ayan Gutbezahl

Maayan is a freelance writer living in Southern New Jersey. Over the course of her career, she has written on a wide variety of topics that reflect her many interests, from video game reviews to animal and pet care; and from rock music to international social issues. In her spare time she enjoys hanging out with her family, drinking tea with a good book and one of her cats in her lap, and deep diving into new hobbies and exploring new interests.

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