15 Goddess Names for Female Cats

Cat names inspired by mythology goddesses

You want to choose the perfect name for your female cat? Nothing less than a cool, unique and creative name will do. 

This cat names list is inspired from goddesses across several world mythologies, and offers a choice of 15 unique and majestic female cat names for your beloved, furry friend:


From Greek Mythology. Hera is the goddess of goddesses, women, and marriage. She is married to the famous Zeus and known as Queen of the Gods.


The muse of history and one of the nine muses known as “The Muses” in Greek Mythology. Like all the muses, Clio is the daughter of Zeus and the Titaness Mnemosyne.


Greek goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the gods. She is also known as one of the goddesses of the sea and the sky.


Eldest of the seven Pleiades and the greek goddess of fields.


The greek goddess of force and raw energy, daughter of Pallas and Styx, and sister of Nike, Kratos, and Zelus.


The primal Greek goddess of the Earth. Known as the great mother of all and often referred to as “Mother Earth”.


A terrifying crow goddess from irish mythology, associated with war and death. The Celtic goddess is queen of phantoms, demons, shape-shifters and witches. 


The golden sun goddess who survived thirteen different trials to win her true love. This celtic goddess is a good namesake for an affectionate, romantic-at-heart cat.


The mother of gods in Celtic mythology. Danu is the goddess of earth, fertility, wisdom, wind, and of all the Celtic people. 


With a variation of spellings like Freyja, Freyr and Freyja. She is the Norse goddess of love, beauty, fertility, war, wealth, magic, but is also associated with sorcery, war and death. 


The personification of the sun in Norse mythology. Sister to the personified moon, Mani.


In Norse mythology, the goddess Ran is the personnification of the sea.


A Norse goddess, Sif was the wife of Thor. She's the goddess of grain, fertility and family.


In Buddhism. Tara is the "mother of liberation". She represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.


In Roman mythology, Juno is the queen goddess, and is often identified with Hera in Greek mythology.


What's your favourite one? Comment down below!

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  • Cathleen

    Mythology along with Shakespeare is a rich source for pet names. I have had an Iris & a Juno. Juno got her name because in mythology Juno was a nag & our Juno was a born nag. Sweet cat but with powerful vocal cords & constantly meowing “I want it MENOW, MENOW, MENOW.” Would like to add Demeter to this list my beloved earth mother cat.

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