Cat Names T-Z
Tabby – Tabby was the first cat to reside in the White House. Tabby moved to the White House with Abraham Lincoln.
Taki – Taki was a black Persian cat belonging to the author Raymond Chandler.
Tama – Tama was the name of the Japanese Beckoning Cat. See Lucky Cat
Tibs – Tibs was the name of a cat employed at the London Post Office Headquarters. See Working Cats
Tiger – Emilie Brontë had a cat named Tiger. President Calvin Coolidge also had a cat named Tiger.
Tima – name of the male Siberian cat sent to Germany for breeding.
Tom – Tom is the famous cartoon cat in the cartoon called “Tom and Jerry”.
Tommy – Tommy was one of the cats the family of Anne Frank found when they moved into the attic in 1942.
Tonga – name of first ever Ocicat
Tonto – Tonto is the name of the ginger tabby cat in the movie “Harry and Tonto”. See working cats.
Topaz– Topaz was the name of the cat belonging to Tennessee Williams.
Towser – Towser was the name of the cat at the Glenturret Distillery in Scotland. See Working Cats
Tuffy – Name of the cat belonging to Ann-Margret.
Vashka – a Russian Blue Cat owned by Nicholas I.
Verdi – Verdi name of one of Martha Stewart’s cats.
Vivaldi – Vivaldi name of one of Martha Stewart’ cats.
Wankee – Wankee was born in 1895. Wankee was the first Siamese cat to become U.K. champion (1898)
White Heather – White Heather was the name of the black and white Persian belonging to Queen Victoria.
Wilberforce – Wilberforce was the name of the cat mouser who resided at number 10 Downing Street, London from 1973 – 1986.
Williamina – Williamina was the name of the cat belonging to Charles Dickens. Her name was originally William until she had kittens. Dickens properly gave her the new name: Williamina. Williamina promptly moved her kittens into Dickens’ study.
Wiscus – One of the cats belonging to T. S. Eliot
Wong Mau – Female matriarch cat of most of the Burmese cats in the United States.
Yaman – Name of the female Turkish Angora cat that came to the United States in 1966.
Yildiz – The name of the male Turkish Angora cat that came to the United States in 1962. Yildiz was odd-eyed.
Yildizcik – The name of the female Turkish Angora Cat that came to the United States in 1962.
Yodie – the name of the founding cat of the American Bobtail Cat breed.
Zero – Name of cat belonging to Billie Joe Armstrong
Zoroaster – Zoroaster was the name of one of the cats owned by Mark Twain. He was a huge cat lover.
Zula – the name of the Abyssinian cat brought back from Abyssinia in 1968.