Looking for some wonderful German cat names for your sweet new kitten?
We’re on a roll with names from other nations.
After we finished up Australia earlier this week, we headed back to Europe for this list.
Check out 100 great Deutsch-inspired ideas we adore!
See this table for a quick guide. Read further for the whole list of names.
|German Cat Names for Males||German Cat Names for Females|
50 German Cat Names for Males
- Arlo – this German cat name means “hill.”
- Arnold – this name means “eagle power.”
- Augustus – for the greatest of them all.
- Axel – this name represents the father of peace.
- Bach – for the one who lives near water.
- Berlin – this is the capital city of Germany.
- Björn – beautiful German name meaning “bear.”
- Blau – after the color blue.
- Braun – perfect for a brown cat.
- Bremen – after the German maritime city.
- Bruno – this is a German name for a brown cat.
- Conrad – for the one with incredible bravery.
- Damir – a perfect name for a peaceful cat.
- Dirk – this German name means “peaceful ruler.”
- Dolf – great name meaning “wolf.”
- Dortmund – after the German city.
- Düsseldorf – after the most wealthy German city.
- Dwight – for the one with blonde hair.
- Emery – this name means “brave.”
- Eric – beautiful German name meaning “peaceful ruler.”
- Felix – for a happy and prosperous one.
- Finn – perfect name for a white cat.
- Frankfurt – after Germany’s financial center.
- Franz – this name means “free man.”
- Friedrich – after a famous and merciful leader.
- Fritz – for the one who rules in times of peace.
- Gelb – this German name means “yellow.”
- Geoff – perfect name for a cat who disappears all the time.
- Graf – the German word for “count.”
- Grau – this name means “grey.”
- Grün – German word meaning “green.”
- Gunther – after a war fighter.
- Hamburg – this is the second largest city in Germany.
- Hans – this name means “God is gracious.”
- Henry – perfect name for the ruler of the household.
- Herzog – popular German name meaning “duke.”
- Hugo – for a very smart cat.
- Jonas – this German cat name means “dove.”
- Kaiser – this is how you’d call a leader in Germany.
- Karl – this name means “strong man.”
- Kätzchen – this is the word for “kitten” in German.
- Klaus – very popular name meaning “victory of the people.”
- Kupfer – this name means “copper” and it’s perfect for a tabby.
- Kurt – for a very polite cat.
- Leon – this name means “lion.”
- Max – very popular name meaning “the greatest.”
- Munich – this is one of the most popular German cities.
- Muschi – German word meaning “cat.
- Mutig– if you know a brave cat, this is the perfect name.
- Otto – for a very wealthy one.
One of my favorite German male cat nameshas to be Otto.
It’s just so cute, don’t you think?
Of course, Max is always a good pick, too!
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German Cat Names for Females
- Anka – perfect name for a graceful cat.
- Britta – German name meaning “thrilled.”
- Brunhilde – perfect name for a dark-haired cat.
- Cologne – after Rhine’s biggest city.
- Elsa – German name inspired from “Elizabeth.”
- Essen – after Ruhr’s most popular city.
- Frau – this name refers specifically to a Mrs.
- Freida – German name meaning “joy.”
- Freya – in German, this name means “mistress.”
- Fritzi – for the one who rules in times of peace.
- Gertrud – strong German name meaning “spear.”
- Greta – beautiful name meaning “pearl.”
- Gretchen – this German cat name translates to “luminescent pearl.”
- Griselda – perfect name for a grey cat.
- Gute – this name means “Goddess.”
- Hedwig – strong German name meaning “battle.”
- Heidi – great name for a noble kitten.
- Heldin – this name means “heroic woman.”
- Helga – for a holy and wealthy one.
- Herzogin – this is the German word for “duchess.”
- Hilda – popular German name meaning “battle.”
- Ida – for the cat who’s always doing something fun.
- Ilsa – German name representing one that’s “pledged to God.”
- Irma – after the German Goddess of war.
- Johanna – this name means “God is gracious.”
- Katharina – German name meaning “pure.”
- Katze – this is literally the German word for cat!
- Kaysa – this German name means “pure.”
- Klara – for a pure breed cat.
- Konigin – this name means “queen.”
- Kristin – German name translating to “follower of Christ.”
- Liebe – in German, this means “love.”
- Liesa – for the cat who always get what she wants.
- Liesel – this name translates to “God is my oath.”
- Lila – German word for “purple.”
- Lola – this name translates to “sorrows.”
- Louise – popular name meaning “famous warrior.”
- Magda – this German name means “maiden.”
- Marta – for a true lady.
- Mathilda – great name for the one who never loses a battle.
- Miezekatze – this is another word for “cat.”
- Mieze – referring to a kitten.
- Rosa – this German name means “pink.”
- Rot – this is how you’d say “red” in German.
- Silber – means “silver” and it’s perfect for a grey cat.
- Sofie – for the one with the wisdom
- Trudi – German name translating to the “strength of the spear.”
- Ursula – this German cat name means “mommy bear.”
- Weiss – if you have a white cat, this is the perfect name.
- Zelda – for a princess warrior.
As much as I loved played Zelda as a kid, Anka is actually my favorite from the girl’s list!
Oooh, or how about Katze? You can’t go wrong with a name that’s literally how to call a cat in German!
Your turn! What are your favorite German cat names? Share below!
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