60 Sassy Siamese Cat Names

Updated on February 11, 2016
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Siamese cats: everyone knows their general appearance due to their very distinct features. You know, it’s the cats with the tan bodies, with dark brown tails, paws, face and ears. Oh, and how can you forget those beautiful, bright blue eyes just begging for attention?

Their appearance is rather sophisticated and mysterious, as if it is a beautiful, little, furry creature dressed up with a mask. Their name is derived from their origination in Siam, today known as Thailand.

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About Siamese cats

Siamese cats make great companions and pets due to their outgoing personalities and their vocal nature. With cute, raspy voices, they are not afraid to try to tell you what’s on their mind, and follow you about the house doing so. This is not a cat breed for someone who prefers a quiet house.

The Siamese cat breed loves human interaction and will stay by your side so as you allow them to. If you’re watching TV, it will sit on your lap; when you’re asleep, you can rest assured that you will never sleep alone. They will act as a true and loyal companion for the duration of their 11-15 year lifespan.

Another reason why Siamese cats are a great breed to have is because their short, fine coat does not shed as much as a typical cat, and they are very easy to groom. You might even be able to leave the grooming up to your child or family dog because Siamese cats get along very well with children and other pets!

Speaking of having children, having a Siamese cat in the home with children will likely make for one happy cat, as long as the children treat it nicely. Siamese cats thrive in homes when given a lot of attention, and are known to give back the attention they receive. Love your Siamese and it will love you right back! Sounds like the perfect family cat, right?

Siamese Cat Name Ideas

Every companion, especially one who talks a lot, should be referred to by name.

Siamese cats deserve names that are unique to the breed because of their distinctive appearance and personalities!

But what exactly is in a Siamese cat’s name?

Here is a list of Siamese cat names for you to pick through. Most of these siamese cat names are from thai words or names! Suitable, eh?

Male

 
 
 
Mirage
Sammy
Thailer
Shadow
Satra
Smokey
Mana
Boribun
Prija
Sud
Klahan
Sam
Manoj
Nai
Thai

Female

 
 
 
Thaila
Dara
Suda
Maggi
Magnolia
NongYao
Ying
Ratana
Mali
Rajah
Katana
Malee
Zinnia
Wila
Saroj

Cute

 
 
 
Jasmine
Goldy
Lotus
Rosey
Sweet Paws
Nutmeg
Sandy
Socks
Lynx
Dusty
Snickers
Precious
Cinnamon
Baby Blue
Flower

Unique

 
 
 
Gradience
Juniper
Trinity
Lars
Opal
Whimsy
Nova
Topaz
Soraya
Vega
Astro
Aryis
Neptune
Felicity
Infiniti
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Choosing the Purrfect Name

Whether you choose a unique name, a Thai name, or something a little bit of both, you are bound to name your cat something that is very suitable.

Pay close attention to your individual cat’s personality as every cat is different, just like people. Using their personality characteristics can help you to find inspiration for some names.

Need some more naming tips? Try these:

  • Let your cat help: If you know of a few names that you like, leave it up to your cat to decide! You can try calling out the names to see if any capture the cat’s attention, if that doesn’t work, write down names on pieces of paper and place a treat on each paper; the first paper the cat consumes the treat from is the name they chose.

  • Flip a coin: Sometimes it can boil down to just two great names, so why not flip a coin to make the decision? Heads is name A and tails is name B.

  • Get input: If you will not be the only cat owner, ask others in the house for their opinions on your name ideas, or to give their own ideas.

Just look into those sky blue eyes and you will find some inspiration for the perfect name for your Siamese kitty. Your cat is in no hurry, so take your time to find the best one!

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Questions & Answers

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        jared 

        3 months ago

        We named ours Cleopatra, Cleo for short, she also answers to Cleo Nardo DaVinci ,Cletus Maximus,& Khaleesi. She is the funniest cat ever I've always been a dog person but she Blends right in with the dogs actually she puts them in their place she's also quite aggressive toward other cats she plays fetch, the perfect cat

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        Lu 

        3 months ago

        My female is Ching and my male is Chang . My grandaughter named hers Lee Ling .

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        Sheri 

        5 months ago

        Suki and Karma are my babies names, yes Karma can be good but sometimes she is a ...

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        Kitti 

        8 months ago

        Astro and Infiniti were the 2 cat names I chose

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        Tony 

        9 months ago

        Yoshi and Fuji are good names for Siamese cats. They are wonderful animals.

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        Phyllis Bull 

        11 months ago

        I love Siamese cats! Years ago I had a Pepper and Cinnamon. Now I have Cayenne and Sugar. We named these two girls sight unseen and their names fit them to "T"! They are 3 years old and happy, healthy and loving.

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        Mary Stephenson 

        22 months ago from California

        Have had Siamese cats since 1980. They started out with Freckles and Rascal. Learning how interactive they are and part of the family, the next were all given people names. Andy, Sammy, Holly, Minnie (breeder named her), Maggie and now my last one is Molly. Molly has been an only cat for about a year and a half. Surprisingly she is loving it. She was a scared nobody when we got her from the breeder at 2 1/2 years old. With much patience and love she has come around to be a super cat. She has a trick that totally cracks us up. She lays on her back with feet curled up in the air, whenever you say "Are you cute?" Of course it has to be in the correct tone and on the bed or sofa. Used to have cats that fetched, but this one doesn't, but the trick makes up for it.

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