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200 Mexican Cat Names: Our Top Picks For Your Cat (With Meanings)

Rachel Giordano

By Rachel Giordano

Mexican Cat Names

So, you’ve adopted a cat—felicitaciones! Bringing home a new fur baby is an exciting time, and fun, too! After all, your new feline pal needs a name, and it’s up to you to give it one. With so many cool cat names, how do you pick the perfect one?

Sometimes, cat parents like to name their feline companions something unique to themselves. For example, maybe you love Mexico, or maybe it’s even connected to your heritage and you want to name your cat something that’s Mexican-inspired. If that’s the case, you’re in luck because we’ve compiled a list of awesome Mexican names for cats. We’ll break it down into the most common Mexican names, female Mexican names with meanings, male Mexican names with meanings, cute female Mexican names, and cute male Mexican names. Vamos!

The Top 10 Most Common Mexican Cat Names

Below you’ll find the top ten Mexican names for your cat. If you don’t see one that stands out, don’t worry because we’ve got plenty of ideas! Take a peek and see if one seems suitable for your new fur baby.

  • Carlos
  • Rosita
  • Felipe
  • Isabela
  • Héctor
  • Bella
  • Miguel
  • Yolanda
  • Raúl
  • Catalina

Female Mexican Cat Names with Meanings

There are some beautiful female Mexican names out there, and we’ve compiled a list with their meanings. When it comes to female names, picking one can be fun. Usually, females are more aloof than males, so you may want to observe your female to see if a suitable name strikes you; you may even see a name below that hits the jackpot for your female kitty’s personality according to the meaning!

  • María—A traditional name meaning “beloved,” “love,” or “wished-for child.”
  • Ana—Used in the Latin and Greek Old Testament and means “favor” or “grace.”
  • Isabel—A medieval version of Elizabeth, meaning “devoted to God.”
  • Gabriela—Of Hebrew origin meaning “God is my strength.”
  • Luna—Of Latin origin, meaning “moon.”
  • Elena—This name means “shining light.”
  • Olivia—A popular Spanish name meaning “olive.”
  • Adriana—This name means “dark.” (This may work for your finicky one)
  • Sara—Of Hebrew origin, meaning “princess” or “lady.”
  • Ana Sofía—Of Spanish origin meaning, “grace and wisdom.”
  • Concepción—Meaning “conception.”
  • Esperanza—Of Spanish origin, meaning “to hope.”
  • Alondra—This Mexican name means “lark.”
  • Rosa—A Latin form of Rose meaning “famous type.”
  • Lucía— meaning “light.”
  • Daniela—This Mexican name means “God is my judge.”
  • Guadalupe—From a Spanish title of the Virgin Mary meaning “Our Lady of Guadalupe.
  • Margarita—Of Greek origin, meaning “a pearl.”
  • Blanca—Of Spanish origin, meaning “white.” (Perfect for a white cat!)
  • Chica—Of Spanish origin, meaning “girl.”

Male Mexican Cat Names with Meanings

Male cats tend to be more playful and social, and naming them can be fun. We’ve compiled a list of male Mexican cat names below with their meanings, and hopefully, one will hit the nail on the head.

  • Ángel—Of Spanish origin, meaning “angel” or “messenger.”
  • Fernando—Of Spanish origin, meaning “brave journey.”
  • Gabriel—Of Hebrew origin, meaning “God is my strong man.”
  • Leonardo—Of Spanish origin, meaning “brave lion.”
  • Mauricio—meaning “dark skin.”
  • Sebastián—Of Latin origin, meaning “venerable.”
  • Javier—Of Spanish origin, meaning “the new house.”
  • Iker—means “visitation.”
  • Emiliano— Of Spanish origin, meaning “rival.”
  • Emanuel—Of Hebrew origin, meaning “God is with us.”
  • Diego—Of Spanish origin, meaning “teaching.”
  • Damián—Of Spanish origin, meaning “to tame.” (Perfect for the mischievous one!)
  • César—Of Roman origin, meaning “hairy.” (Perfect for a big fluff ball!)
  • Axel—Of Danish origin, meaning “my father is peace.”
  • Andrés— Of Spanish origin, meaning “manly.”
  • Alberto— Of Spanish origin, meaning “noble and bright.”
  • Alejandro—This name means “defender of man.”
  • Pedro—Of Latin origin, meaning “stone” or “rock.” (For all you Napoleon Dynamite fans)
  • Ricardo— means “strong ruler” in the Spanish origin
  • Sergio— Of Spanish origin, meaning “to serve.”

Cute Mexican Female Names

Still haven’t found a Mexican female cat name that jumps out at you? That’s ok because we have lots more, so take a gander at the alphabetized names below to see if one screams, “Pick me!”

  • Adella
  • Alejandra
  • Alessandra
  • Amelia
  • Amiga
  • Amor
  • Andrea
  • Angélica
  • Araceli
  • Bianca
  • Bonita
  • Camila
  • Candela
  • Celia
  • Chita
  • Divina
  • Dora
  • Dulce
  • Eiza
  • Elisa
  • Emilia
  • Esmeralda
  • Estela
  • Evita
  • Felica
  • Flora
  • Gabriella (Gabby for short)
  • Helena
  • Hilda
  • Ines
  • Inés
  • Itatí
  • Josefina
  • Lenor
  • Lola
  • Lorena
  • Lucinda
  • Luisa
  • Lupe
  • Lupita
  • Malena
  • Malena
  • Mamu
  • Margo
  • Mariana
  • Matilda
  • Mija
  • Mija
  • Nadia
  • Nadia
  • Nina
  • Nina
  • Olympia
  • Ora
  • Paloma
  • Paulina
  • Pia
  • Ramona
  • Roberta
  • Rosario
  • Sabella
  • Sabina
  • Salina
  • Salma
  • Silvia
  • Sofia
  • Susana
  • Thalía
  • Ursula
  • Verónica
  • Vina
  • Ximena
  • Yaltiza
  • Zandra
  • Zelia

Cute Mexican Male Names

Male cats are social, playful, and have funny personalities. They love to interact with their humans, and coming up with a name for a male cat is especially fun. Let’s take a look at Mexican male cat names to see if any of these tickle your fancy.

  • Abel
  • Abraham
  • Alfredo
  • Alonzo
  • Álvaro
  • Amato
  • Antonio
  • Armando
  • Augustín
  • Benito
  • Bernardo
  • Bruno
  • Carmelo
  • Cecilio
  • Claudio
  • Clemente
  • Constantino
  • Consuelo
  • Cortez
  • Cristian
  • Cruz
  • Dante
  • Dario
  • Devante
  • Diablo (for your mischievous one)
  • Donato
  • Edmundo
  • Eduardo
  • Emmanuel
  • Enrique
  • Esteban
  • Fabian
  • Fausto
  • Federico
  • Felix (the cat)
  • Fidel
  • Gerardo
  • Geronimo
  • Gonzalo
  • Horacio
  • Hugo
  • José
  • Josue
  • Juan
  • Juan Pablo
  • Julio
  • Leopoldo
  • Lorenzo
  • Lucio
  • Luis
  • Manuel
  • Marcelo
  • Marcos
  • Mario
  • Martin
  • Mauricio
  • Mauro
  • Omar
  • Orlando
  • Oscar
  • Pablo
  • Rafael
  • Ramiro
  • Ramon
  • Renaldo
  • Reyes
  • Rico (Suave)
  • Ruben
  • Samuel
  • Santiago
  • Saul
  • Silvestre
  • Tequila
  • Ulrich
  • Vicente

How To Name Your Cat

Naming your cat may seem like an easy task, but sometimes, the perfect name eludes you. We’ve found that it’s easier to name your cat after observing its personality, and sometimes a cat may have unique features that help you pick the perfect name. For instance, the name “Oreo” is popular among black and white cats, or maybe you fancy naming your cat after a flower. In this case, let’s explore Mexican cat names to see if one grabs you.


Did you see any names you like? We hope our top picks for Mexican cat names help you pick the perfect Mexican name for your new cat kiddo. Congratulations again on your new addition, and may you have a long, fun, and adventurous life together. Adiós!

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