On the search for some bien Spanish cat names for your furry new addition?
Below, we’ve gathered up an even 100 that will inspire you!
With so many to choose from, the hardest part of your job is picking just one!
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Spanish Cat Names
According to World Population Review, there are 21 countries worldwide where Spanish is their official language.
Approximately 460 million people, around the world, are native Spanish speakers.
The top 6 Spanish-speaking countries are: Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Peru and Venezuela.
Here are some awesome Spanish cat names inspired by all of those beautiful places for you to consider.
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Spanish Cat Names for Males
- Alejandro– Alejandro is from Spanish origin, meaning “defender of mankind.”
- Andres– San Andres is one of the most popular cities in Columbia.
- Amoroso– Loving
- Animado– Lively
- Baza– A city in Spain and a very neat cat name!
- Buenos – Means “good.”
- Carinoso– A good name for an affectionate male cat.
- Contento– Perfect for happy kitties!
- Cucso– A city in Peru
- Curioso– For your curious cat, of course!
- Danoso– Mischievous males
- Emilano– Emiliano is from Spanish origin, meaning “work.”
- Emmanuel– Emmanuel is from Hebrew origin, meaning “God is with us.”
- Encantador – Perfect for your charming male kitty!
- Energetico– For that kitty with boundless energy!
- Enrique– Enrique is from Spanish origin, meaning “powerful ruler of the home.”
- Diego– Diego is from Spanish origin, meaning “supplanter.”
- Ferdinand- (the Bull),the main character in the 2017 animated comedy Ferdinand.
- Gracioso– For funny cats!
- Grunon– For your little grump.
- Hablador – Talkative
- Hector– Hector is from Greek origin, meaning “holding fast.”
- Hugo– Hugo is from Spanish origin, meaning “intelligent.”
- Joaquin– Joaquin is from Spanish origin, meaning “God will judge.”
- Juan– Juan is from Spanish origin, meaning “God is gracious.”
- Luchador – A great name for a feisty boy!
- Matias– Matias is from Spanish origin, meaning “gift of God.”
- Manny– Manny Garcia is the main character in the Disney Channel’s kids’ show, Handy Manny.
- Manolo– Manolo Sanchez is a main character from The Book of Life.
- Miguel– Miguel Santos is one of the two main characters in the PBS animated television series- Maya & Miguel.
- Maximiliano– Maximiliano is from Spanish origin, meaning “greatest.”
- Mimado– Pampered
- Mimoso – A great idea for a fluffy cuddly kitty.
- Neuquén – A city in Argentina and a really neat Spanish cat name!
- Nicolas– Nicolas is from Greek origin, meaning “victory of the people.”
- Omar– Omar is from Arabic origin, meaning “long-lived.”
- Pacha– Pacha is a main character in the 2000 animated, adventure, comedy movie- The Emperor’s New Groove.
- Pablo– Pablo is from Spanish origin, meaning “little or small.”
- Panchito– Panchito Pistoles is a cartoon rooster, who rides a horse named Senor Martinez.
- Perezoso– Lazy cats
- Puno– A Peruvian city.
- Puss in Boots – Even though the Shrek sidekick has a Spanish accent, Puss is actually a British Shorthair.
- Ramone– a 1959 Chevrolet Impala Lowrider from Disney’s Cars series.
- Rodrigo– From Spanish origin, meaning “famous ruler.”
- Santiago– From Spanish origin, meaning “Saint James.”
- Sebastian– Latin origin, meaning “person from the ancient city of Sebastia.”
- Salvador– Spanish origin, meaning “savior.”
- Simpatico – Friendly
- Timido – Perfect for your shy cat
- Tranquilo– Quiet
Female Spanish Cat Names
- Abuelita– Abuelita is a character in the 2017 computer-animated, adventure, fantasy movie- Coco.
- Alejandra– Alejandra is from Spanish origin, meaning “defender of mankind.”
- Almería – A city in Spain
- Amorosa– Loving
- Animada– Lively
- Antonella– Antonella is from Latin origin, meaning “first born.”
- Audrey– Audrey Ramirez is a character in the Disney Atlantis franchise.
- Blanca– Blanca is from Spanish origin, meaning “white and pure.”
- Cali– A city in Columbia
- Carmen– Spanish origin, meaning “garden.”
- Carinosa– The feminine version of Carinoso, great for affectionate kitties.
- Catalina– Spanish origin, meaning “pure.”
- Chel– Chel is a major character in the 2000 animated, adventure, comedy, musical movie- The Road to El Dorado.
- Contenta– For your happy little girl cat.
- Curiosa- The feminine version of “curious.”
- Cruz– Cruz Ramirez is a major character (Lightning McQueen’s trainer) in Cars.
- Daniela– Daniela is from Hebrew origin, meaning “God is my judge.”
- Danosa- For your mischievous girl.
- Dora– Dora Marquez is the main character in Nickelodeon’s animated television series- Dora the Explorer.
- Elena– Elena is from Spanish origin, meaning “bright, shining light.”
- Encantadora– Perfect for your charming female kitty!
- Energetica– Feminine version of “energetic.”
- Evita– Argentina’s most beloved first lady ever.
- Gabriela– Gabriela is from Hebrew origin, meaning “heroine of God.”
- Graciosa– Funny in its feminine form!
- Grunona– For grumpy little girls.
- Juliaca– A city in Peru.
- Kitty Softpaws– Kitty Softpaws is a main character Puss in Boots.
- Habladora– Perfect for your chatty girl who loves to meow!
- LaCienega– LaCienega is a major character in Disney Channel’s animated sitcom- The Proud Family.
- Luciana– Luciana is from Latin origin, meaning “light.”
- Luchadora– Perfect for your feisty gal!
- Maya– Maya Santos is one of the two main characters in the PBS animated television series- Maya & Miguel.
- Martina– Spanish origin, meaning “warlike.”
- Mia– Spanish origin, meaning “beloved.”
- Mimosa– No, not the drink. It means “cuddly”
- Mimada– Pampered in feminine form.
- Paita– A city in Peru
- Perezosa– For female lazy cats.
- Rosario – A city in Argentina
- Salome– Hebrew origin, meaning “peace.”
- Rafaela– Spanish origin, meaning “God has healed.”
- Julia– Latin origin, meaning “youthful.”
- Lucia– Spanish origin, meaning “light.”
- Simpatica– Friendly, feminine form.
- Timida– The female version of “shy”
- Tranquila– For quiet kitties.
- Valeria– Latin origin, meaning “strength, health.”
- Valentina– Latin origin, meaning “healthy, strong.”
- Ximena– Spanish origin, meaning “one who hears.”
It’s hard to choose a favorite among these beautiful Spanish cat names
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If you insist, though, for males, I love Baza! It’s just such a unique name for a cat, don’t you think?
For girls, I’m partial to Maya or Valeria. Both are gorgeous ideas. Your turn!
Which of these Spanish cat names do you love? Share below!
Deanna is a passionate cat lover and freelance writer. She lives with her Chi dog and a ragdoll cat. When she’s not writing, Deanna loves listening to country music or watching Dancing With The Stars.