Flower Names For Cats (Male And Female Ideas For Your Fur-baby)

Looking for flower names for cats? We've got your covered!

We've gathered every flower name we could find and categorized them to create the ultimate guide to floral names for your feline friends. You're sure to find what you need among the hundreds of options listed below. 

Lets dive in.

Flower Names For Cats

45 Flower Names For Male Cats

Flower names aren't just for girls! There are dozens of delightful flower names for boys too.

Here are some that would suit a male cat just fine.

  1. Johnny Jump Up (Okay, no need to read on, we have a winner! Just kidding. Isn't that just the most perfect cat name you've ever heard, though? This wild pansy is also known as Heart's Delight, Heart's Ease, or Jack Jump Up and Kiss me.)
  2. Cypress
  3. Ficus
  4. Rowan (Most of these names are good enough for people too!)
  5. Juniper
  6. Alder
  7. Dill (Is this the cutest name for a kitten or what?)
  8. Sage
  9. Calendula (Name your new friend after this gorgeous medicinal herb and call him Cal for short.)
  10. Gardenia
  11. Nasrin
  12. Manuka (No, wait, this is the cutest kitten name I've ever heard.)
  13. Basil 
  14. Hemlock
  15. Calico (Not just a type of cat -- it's a flower too!)
  16. Masus
  17. Balsam
  18. Philodendron (Phil for short)
  19. Yarrow (This beautiful medicinal herb makes a wonderful name.)
  20. Laurentii
  21. Pine
  22. Fig (Why am I picturing a prodigiously fat cat?)
  23. Aciano
  24. Fennel (What a sweet name!)
  25. Tarragon
  26. Bud
  27. Chervil (Nope, it's not just for cheese! Oh wait, that's chevre...)
  28. Aster
  29. Jared
  30. Palm

57 Flower Names For Female Cats

Are you looking for a softer name to suit your female feline? This list of names is especially well-suited to girls. From common flowers like lavender to unexpected ones like Glory, there's something for everyone.

And hey, we don't descriminate. Some of these names -- like Clover or Aloe -- would be adorable for a male cat too. 

  1. Vera
  2. Clover
  3. Calathia
  4. Jesmyn
  5. Amaranth
  6. Petal
  7. Brioni
  8. Primrose
  9. Susan
  10. Daisy (This is one of the most popular cat names.)
  11. Begonia
  12. Calla (like the Lily)
  13. Leilani
  14. Rhododendron
  15. Amaryllis
  16. Forsythia
  17. Azalea
  18. Marigold
  19. Calix
  20. Wisteria
  21. Olive
  22. Dahlia
  23. Rosemary
  24. Lavender
  25. Lilac
  26. Poppy 
  27. Aloe
  28. Glory (Does that suit the attitude so common to cats or what?)
  29. Ivy
  30. Rue
  31. Heather
  32. Erica
  33. Violet
  34. Rhodes
  35. Peony
  36. Daphne
  37. Hyacinth
  38. Chrysanthemum (You can call her Chrysie for short.)
  39. Jasmine
  40. Petunia
  41. Cassia
  42. Magnolia
  43. Rose
  44. Lily
  45. Daffodil
  46. Iris
  47. Holly
  48. Freesia
  49. Cherry
  50. Myrtle
  51. Camellia
  52. Willow
  53. Posy
  54. Zinnia
  55. Canna
  56. Chenille
  57. Pansy

287 Cute Flower Names For Cats

Haven't found what you're looking for yet? Not to worry!

We've gathered an extensive list of unique names you're sure to love! As for your kitten, well, let's be honest -- it's all the same to her! So choose a name that makes you smile.    

  1. Ixora (This name is pronounced IK-sur-a)
  2. Brachyscome (Brachy would be an adorable nickname.)
  3. Feverfew
  4. Tuberose (Rose may seem the obvious nickname, but may I humbly suggest Tuber?)
  5. Passion Flower
  6. Petunia
  7. Roses (The plural form is a fun take on a common name.)
  8. Hawthorn
  9. Yellow-eyed Grass (Bonus points if you always call him by his full name.)
  10. Rondeletia
  11. California Poppy
  12. Hyacinth
  13. Daisy
  14. Starflower (This name is just the sweetest, and so well suited to a cat.)
  15. Billbergia
  16. Viburnum
  17. Borage (Again, just begging for a fat cat. This herb is actually quite beautiful.)
  18. Erigeron
  19. Baby’s Breath
  20. Bottlebrush (This is another one that is just so perfect as a cat name.)
  21. Maltese Cross (Confuse your friends and neighbors!)
  22. Trachelium
  23. Zenobia
  24. Epimedium
  25. Bergamot
  26. Marguerite Daisy
  27. Catmint (Another name for catnip... which is a fun name in and of itself.)
  28. Tithonia
  29. Meconopsis
  30. Coral Bells (This one is delightful.)
  31. Four O’clock (...and this one is delightfully confusing.)
  32. Dahlia
  33. Calceolaria
  34. Lewesia
  35. Iris
  36. Oxalis (This lovely name refers to the flowers of a clover-like plant.)
  37. Alchemilla
  38. Camellia
  39. Ixia
  40. Kalmia
  41. Dianella
  42. Mandevilla
  43. Xylosma
  44. Buttercup (What an adorable name for a yellow cat!)
  45. Hyssop
  46. Elder
  47. Iceland Poppy
  48. Physostegia
  49. Disa
  50. Yellow Archangel
  51. Knautia
  52. Oxeye Daisy
  53. Cape Primrose
  54. Diascia
  55. Allium
  56. Bee Balm (This one though! Okay, I'll spare you further ebullitions. Keep going! There's so much more to explore.)
  57. Moraea
  58. Ballota
  59. Candytuft
  60. Larkspur
  61. Ice Plant
  62. Broom
  63. Hosta
  64. Catharanthus
  65. Tea Rose
  66. Linaria
  67. Erica
  68. Trillium
  69. Bergenia
  70. Wallflower
  71. Jasmine
  72. Olearia
  73. Lilac
  74. Sage
  75. Ipomoea Lobata
  76. Agapanthus
  77. Mayflower
  78. Gerbera Flower
  79. Helichrysum
  80. Peace Lily
  81. Freesia
  82. Rock Rose
  83. Poinsettia
  84. Holly
  85. Shasta Daisy
  86. Crocosmia
  87. Flaming Katy
  88. Deutzia
  89. Lotus
  90. Lavatera
  91. Marigold
  92. Crown Imperial
  93. Crocus
  94. Daphne
  95. Cardinal Flower
  96. Quince
  97. Corydalis
  98. Gaillardia
  99. Flax Flower
  100. Dill
  101. Calendula
  102. Impatiens
  103. Celosia
  104. Hibiscus
  105. Snowflake
  106. Cosmos
  107. Bleeding Heart
  108. Nolana
  109. Quaker Ladies
  110. Cuckoo Flower
  111. Wandflower
  112. Lemon Verbena
  113. Goldenrod
  114. Daylily
  115. Balloon Flower
  116. Guzmania
  117. Queen’s Cup
  118. Narcissus
  119. Wedelia
  120. Brassica
  121. English Bluebell
  122. Hydrangea
  123. Trumpet Vine
  124. Bluebonnets
  125. Hebe
  126. Rose of Sharon
  127. Peony
  128. Desert Rose
  129. Matthiola
  130. Saint John’s Wort
  131. Parodia
  132. Canna Lily
  133. Potentilla
  134. Scaevola
  135. Penstemon
  136. Yellow Bell
  137. Nerine
  138. Weigela
  139. Queen of the Meadow
  140. Azalea
  141. Water lilies
  142. Queen Anne’s Lace
  143. Bletilla
  144. Amaryllis
  145. Yarrow
  146. Flowering Dogwood
  147. Gardenia
  148. Clarkia
  149. Bellflower
  150. Coneflower
  151. Sedum
  152. Nierembergia
  153. Wishbone Flower
  154. Persian Buttercup
  155. Abutilon
  156. Snowdrop
  157. Monk’s Hood
  158. Powder Puff
  159. Triteleia
  160. Scented Geranium
  161. Winter Jasmine
  162. Carnation
  163. Clematis
  164. Xylobium
  165. Foxglove
  166. Sweet Pea
  167. Woolly Violet
  168. Ageratum
  169. Lupin
  170. Echium
  171. Silene
  172. Valerian
  173. Morning Glory
  174. Tulip
  175. Eremurus
  176. Dandelion
  177. Helenium
  178. Neoregelia
  179. Hellebore
  180. Urn Plant
  181. Clover
  182. Chicory
  183. Aster
  184. French Marigold
  185. Euphorbia
  186. Chrysanthemum
  187. Alyssum
  188. Alstroemeria
  189. Whirling Butterflies
  190. Forget Me Not
  191. Verbena
  192. Sunflower
  193. Pansy
  194. Lily
  195. Rain Lily
  196. Statice
  197. Laelia
  198. Pelargonium
  199. African Daisy
  200. Trollius
  201. Gazania
  202. Pinks
  203. Aconite
  204. Dietes
  205. Black-eyed Susan
  206. Bachelor’s Button
  207. Uva Ursi
  208. Snapdragon
  209. Amaranthus
  210. Blazing Star
  211. Lady’s Slipper
  212. Echinops
  213. Anise Hyssop
  214. Winterberry
  215. Armeria Maritima
  216. Mimosa
  217. Viola
  218. Love in the Mist
  219. Kangaroo Paw
  220. Kniphofia
  221. Acacia
  222. Cornflower
  223. Pincushion Flower
  224. Soapwort
  225. Tritonia crocata
  226. Heather
  227. Daffodil
  228. Virginia Creeper
  229. Dianthus barbatus
  230. Forsythia
  231. Bouvardia
  232. Heliotrope
  233. Fuchsia
  234. Cape Leadwort
  235. Bluestar Flower
  236. Cyclamen
  237. Moonflower Vine
  238. Watsonia
  239. Painted Daisy
  240. Geranium
  241. Evening Primrose
  242. Johnny Jump Up
  243. Honeysuckle
  244. Columbine
  245. Wax Plant
  246. Hollyhock
  247. Lily of the Valley
  248. Fall Crocus
  249. Calla Lily
  250. Coral Vine
  251. Tobacco Plant
  252. Cotoneaster
  253. Oleander
  254. Delphinium
  255. Lantana
  256. Photinia
  257. Decumaria
  258. Magnolia
  259. Blue-eyed Grass
  260. Gladiolas
  261. Jacob’s Ladder
  262. Nasturtium
  263. Nemesia
  264. Lunaria
  265. Begonia
  266. Grape Hyacinth
  267. Butterfly Bush
  268. Nemophila
  269. Polyanthus
  270. Scilla
  271. Flannel Flower
  272. Speedwell
  273. Oyster Plant
  274. Tiger Flower
  275. Poppy
  276. Coreopsis
  277. Lavender
  278. Dutch Iris
  279. Blanket Flower
  280. Periwinkle
  281. Firethorn
  282. Eustoma
  283. Ursinia
  284. Moss Rose
  285. Phlox
  286. Frangipani Flower
  287. Anemone

47 White Flower Names For Cats

Do you have a white kitten in need of a name? This list is sure to inspire!

  1. Alstroemeria
  2. Dendrobium Orchid (Denny for short)
  3. Corn Marigold
  4. Chrysanthemum (call him Chrys)
  5. Dogwood (delightfully unexpected)
  6. Begonia
  7. Tuberose
  8. Amaryllis
  9. Daffodil
  10. Primrose
  11. Petunias
  12. Columbine
  13. Hydrangea
  14. Candytuft (This one though!)
  15. White Tulip
  16. Moonflower (Isn't that just the loveliest name?)
  17. Wisteria
  18. Calla Lily
  19. Dahlia
  20. Hellebore (The perfect name for a particularly feisty white kitten)
  21. Hibiscus
  22. Daisy
  23. Ranunculus (Say it out loud! Is that the most wonderfully ridiculous name you've ever heard or what? Your cat won't mind, we promise.)
  24. Foxgloves
  25. White Rose
  26. Lily of the Valley
  27. Gerbera Daisy
  28. Peony
  29. Yucca (This plant has white flowers.)
  30. Scabiosa
  31. Clematis (Is Clem a cute name for a boy or what?!)
  32. Magnolia
  33. Camellia
  34. Cosmos
  35. Hyacinth (Here Cinthy!)
  36. Anemone (Annie for short)
  37. Lily
  38. Vinca
  39. Heliotrope
  40. Delphinium (Delphi for short)
  41. Dianthus Caryophyllus (Diana for a girl, Caryo for a boy)
  42. Jasmine
  43. Trumpet Flower
  44. Lupine
  45. Lilac
  46. Waterlily
  47. Yarrow

19 Spring Flower Names For Cats

How about a name that reminds you of the promise of spring? With names ranging from dainty to eyebrow-raising, this list is sure to inspire.

  1. Crocus
  2. Snowdrop
  3. Chionodoxa
  4. Pansy
  5. Daffodil
  6. Iris
  7. Forsythia
  8. Scilla
  9. Pussy Willow
  10. Tulip
  11. Azalea
  12. Redbud
  13. Magnolia
  14. Muscari
  15. Trillium
  16. Primrose
  17. Lilac
  18. Peony
  19. Jack in the Pulpit
  20. Camellia
  21. Hellebore
  22. Winter Aconite
  23. Witch Hazel

30 Flower Names For Orange Cats

  1. Coppertips
  2. Ranunculus
  3. Bulbine
  4. Daylily
  5. Carnation
  6. California Poppy
  7. Tulip
  8. Gerbera Daisy
  9. Begonia
  10. Lion’s Tail
  11. Helenium
  12. Lily of the Incas
  13. Trumpet Honeysuckle
  14. Mexican Sunflower
  15. Crown Imperial
  16. Aloe Vera
  17. Dahlia
  18. Lily
  19. Zinnia
  20. Canna
  21. Marigold
  22. Cosmos
  23. Butterflyweed
  24. Bird of Paradise
  25. Orange Rose
  26. Iris
  27. Strawflower
  28. Tiger Lily
  29. Chrysanthemum
  30. Lantana

Cat Name Inspiration

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There you have it, our Ultimate Guide to Flower Names for Cats! We hope it's given you some ideas to work with.

If you need help narrowing down this list, consider searching for flowers that are common in your area, or in a place you've always longed to visit. You might look up the medicinal properties of various flowers... or choose a poisonous one just for kicks.  

Help Choosing The Right Name

If you're still feeling lost, try looking up pictures of some of the flowers on these lists and see which ones are best suited to your cat. Keep your cat's personality in mind, as well as their appearance. (Or you could just throw your hands up in defeat and call your cat Flower. Flora? Florin? Hey, that one's pretty cute.)

Go ahead and try out a few names to see if they stick. You might go through a list of your own by the time you're done, and that's okay. It's all in good fun. 

Conclusion

When choosing a name for your cat, remember that it's all in good fun. I mean, sure, choose something that you won't feel weird calling on repeat in front of your neighbors. But choose something that brings you a little spark of joy every time you say it.  

Congratulations on your new friend! We wish you many happy years together. 


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