Welcoming a new kitten at home can be a challenge. Finding the perfect twin kitten names for your pet can be even be more challenging! But having two? And a twin? Wow, that’s quite overwhelming!

Do you want names for kittens that sound alike? Should the names share the same initial? Do the names match with the kittens’ appearance? Do you find it more lively to give them fun and quirky? Or compliment or contrast each other?

Most owners call their cats with their respective hobbies and profession. Mozart or Bach for example shows that the pet owners are musicians. There are also simple twin names, like Puss and Kitty or Kit and Kat. Possibilities are endless!

You can name your cat from famous pairs– Chip and Dale, Mickey and Donald, Bonnie and Clyde, Sherlock and Holmes, Tom and Jerry, Bugs and Daffy, and a lot more. Another is an alliteration, such as Topsy and Turvy, Sugar and Spice, Yin and Yang, Mimi and Mumu, Bill and Bob, etc.

Tips! Tips! Tips!

1. It would be best in naming kittens that has only one syllable.

2. Naming kittens with the same first initial makes them match automatically and give lenity.

3. Use anagrams is a neat idea. Just simply arrange the letters in one name to create another.

4. Just don’t name your twin kittens similar to your twin kids names. Psychological reason would be constant confusion between them.

5. Themes can be great to give twin kitten names. It can be themed in religious perspective, places or ethnicity.

6. Sounding alike? Well, you can give them names that have common meanings instead of having it sound similarly.

The following are list of names.

  • Amy and Mya
  • Flic and Flac
  • Gib and Glob
  • Kale and Kane
  • Mimi and Mumu
  • Kit and Kat
  • Mary and Myra
  • Ticky and Tacky
  • Reva and Vera
  • More Siamese kitten pictures.
  • Leon and Noel
  • Storm and Stripes
  • Ira and Ria
  • Bluebell and Blueberry
  • Tippy and Tipper
  • Molly and Milly
  • Shena and Sherri
  • Blossom and Bubbles
  • Dolly and Lloyd
  • Scratch and Sniff
  • Sugar and Spice
  • Cobi and Cody
  • Grant and Gabby
  • Aiden and Nadia
  • Bonnie and Clyde
  • Sponge and Bob
  • Benji and Ben
  • nemo and Dory
  • Louise and Clark
  • Bella and Bessie
  • Samson and Delilah
  • Dot and Ditto
  • Jekylle and Hyde
  • Marshal and Mathers
  • Chess and Shire
  • Puss and Boots
  • Mac and Tosh
  • Tigger and Tiger
  • Salt and Pepper