Looking for white cat names that are as brilliant as your new kitty?

We’ve got you covered!

Below, you’ll find more than 100 fantastic ideas that are just perfect for your wanna-be snow leopard!

Let’s start with our top ten favorites, then we’ll look at the best ideas for males and females.

Got a midnight-colored kitty, too? You may also love these beautiful black cat names!

Our Top 10 Favorite White Cat Names

It was hard to choose just ten white cats names that we love, but we did it!

You’ll notice two of our favorite Harry Potter cat names also made this list.

They’re in good company with one of the most iconic Disney Princesses and the world’s friendliest ghost.

  1. Angel
  2. Luna
  3. Ms. Kitty/Mr. Kitty
  4. Casper
  5. Blondie
  6. Fang
  7. Snow White – The Disney princess
  8. Simone – After Audrey Hepburn’s white cat
  9. Dumbledore
  10. Neve – French for “snow”

Did you know that there’s no such thing as a white cat breed?

Just about any breed can end up with an all-white coat if it has a certain dominant gene (the W gene, as it’s appropriately called).

I thought that was an interesting tidbit to share with you! Now, let’s take a look at our favorite white cat names for males, shall we?

White Cat Names for Males

We took inspiration from all over the world!

For example, you’ll find beautiful ideas inspired by “white, “snow,” “ice,” and even “sugar” in other languages.

We looked up to the brightest stars and down to the frozen continent at the base of the planet. I think you’ll love what we came up with!

Looking for white cat names that are as brilliant as your new kitty? We’ve got you covered! Check out 50 fantastic ideas for female cats, then read on for male ideas!
  1. Akull– “ice” in Albanian
  2. Alabaster
  3. Altair– a bright star
  4. Arctos
  5. Argo
  6. Ashburn– after a snowy town in Mass.
  7. Azukre– Basque for “sugar”
  8. Aiken– Antartica glacier
  9. Anuchin– another glacier
  10. Baltas
  11. Bear – A giant white cat, as in “polar bear”
  12. Beaufort – a volcanic mountain in Antarctica
  13. Beyaz
  14. Beowulf
  15. Bianco
  16. Bily– Czech for “white”
  17. Blanco
  18. Boda– a mountain in Antarctica
  19. Bones
  20. Branco– Portuguese for white
  21. Burgess– snowy town in Wyoming
  22. Brighton– after the Utah ski resort
  23. Casper – The friendly ghost
  24. Chardon– Ohio’s snowiest town
  25. Cosmo– after the white cosmo flower
  26. Cooke– a snowy city in Montana
  27. Dale– after the glacier
  28. Domino
  29. Downy
  30. Drake– as in Drake’s Passage in Antarctica
  31. Dumbledore – The white-haired wizard from the Harry Potter series
  32. Emmett – A white-haired scientist in the film “Back To The Future”
  33. Ermine
  34. Eustis– snowiest place in Maine
  35. Fang
  36. Fari
  37. Foam
  38. Forel-a Kenyan glacier
  39. Funfun– Means “white” in Yoruba
  40. Geal
  41. Gelo– Portuguese for “ice”
  42. Glint
  43. Herbie – The talking Volkswagen (also known as The Love Bug)
  44. Heim-a Kenyan glacier
  45. Ice Cube
  46. Jack Frost
  47. Kartopu – Turkish for “snow”
  48. Kraph– a Kenyan glacier
  49. Knight
  50. Muz– Uzbek for “ice”
  51. Nimbus
  52. Noel
  53. Nuuk – town in Greenland, which as you know is actually ice-covered!
  54. Orion– like the star, which is white in the sky
  55. Oryx– an Arabian antelope that is almost all white
  56. Ptarmigan– a tongue-twisting name inspired by the Willow Ptarmigan bird
  57. River – think of the foamy white rapids
  58. Rumi
  59. Salji– Malay for “snow”
  60. Sands
  61. Santa Claws
  62. Schnee– German for “snow”
  63. Shiro – Japanese word for “white”
  64. Siberia
  65. Snowball
  66. Sykur – Icelandic for “sugar”
  67. Talcum
  68. Tern- as in the White Tern bird
  69. Taos– A famous ski valley in NM
  70. Timberline– a snowy lodge in Oregon
  71. Waiss
  72. Valkoinen
  73. Yinyin– means “ice” in Yoruba
  74. Yuki – Japanese for “snow”
  75. Zuri– means “white” in Basque

I shared my personal favorites above, but I do have a few others that I feel deserve an extra “shout out” here!

Personally, I really like the idea of going with a name that’s not so obvious. If you love “Snow,” why not consider going with Salji instead?

A few of these can be unisex but we’ve also rounded up some great ideas for female kitties. Take a look!

White Cat Names for Females

Again, we traveled around the globe for these ideas, borrowing from other languages as well as cities & towns in snow-covered lands.

  1. Alaska
  2. Albina
  3. Alice– Antartica glacier
  4. Alta– one of the snowiest places in the US, in Utah
  5. Alyeska – snowy city in Alaska
  6. Alstroemeria– a white flower
  7. Angel
  8. Anemone– Unless you can actually say it, call her Ani or Monee for short!
  9. Aomori – snowiest city in the world, located in Northern Japan
  10. Arktika – How they say “arctic” in Estonia
  11. Artemis – Greek goddess of the moon
  12. Atka– a glacier in Antartica
  13. Bachkim– combo of bach kim, Vietnamese for white gold
  14. Balimyna– A combination of Bali Myna, a white bird from Indonesia.
  15. Bianca
  16. Bijela– Croatian for “white”
  17. Birch – After the white-barked trees
  18. Blanca
  19. Blanche
  20. Blondie
  21. Bubbles
  22. Bunny
  23. Byerly– a mountain in Anarctica
  24. Cauliflower
  25. Carnation
  26. Chamonix snowiest city in France
  27. Cheyenne– one of the snowiest cities in America
  28. Clara
  29. Coconut
  30. Cottontail
  31. Creamy
  32. Crystal
  33. Daisy
  34. Diamond
  35. Dove
  36. Edina– snowiest place in Missouri
  37. Elsa – From Disney’s “Frozen”
  38. Elurra– Basque for “snow”
  39. Fiona
  40. Fluffy
  41. Fotsy– Malagasy for “white”
  42. Geikie– a glacier in Alaska
  43. Glitter
  44. Glossy
  45. Gwyn– Welsh for “white”
  46. Hibiscus
  47. Ivory
  48. Jasmine
  49. January – For the icy cold month or the famous actress
  50. Juneau – Alaska’s capital, in the Arctic circle
  51. Kandalaksha– Russian city in the Arctic circle
  52. Kenzie – Scottish for “the fair one”
  53. Kichatna -for the Kichatna Mountains
  54. Kuskulana– Alaskan Glacier
  55. Lily
  56. Lacy
  57. Luna
  58. Marshmallow
  59. Moonflower 
  60. LehloaSesotho for “Snow”
  61. Neve – French for “snow”
  62. Octavia
  63. Sandalee – Alaskan glacier
  64. Savvy – Short form of the white wine sauvignon blanc
  65. Shimmer
  66. Shine
  67. Snow White – The Disney princess
  68. Swan
  69. Sugar
  70. Sukari – Swahili for sugar
  71. Tahtsa  – as in Tahtsa Lake, the 3rd snowiest place in Canada
  72. Tundra
  73. Urzuria– a combo of urre zuria, Basque for “white gold”
  74. Yenta– an Alaskan glacier
  75. Zahabuyera– zahabu yera means white gold Kinyarwanda

Again, while our top ten favorites are at the beginning of this article, there are some others that I really adore here!

For example, the Daisy is my favorite flower, with its silky white petals!

If you love the idea of white cat names that aren’t quite so in-your-face obvious, choose one of the ideas inspired by snowy cities. Aomori is beautiful!

Your turn! Tell us your favorite white cat names for males and females below

Nicole Etolen
Nicole Etolen

Nicole is one of the writers here on CatVills. She’s been a cat lover most of her life and-at one point- counted five felines as part of her family. Today, she’s proud cat mom to two indoor kitties and caregiver for a slew of ferals.