Do you love Halloween and looking for a great Halloween-themed cat name? If you have a new cat and are just looking for Halloween cat names, you are in the right place. Here is a list of Halloween- themed cat names. We came up with a list of favourites Halloween names just for your cat.
Halloween Male and Female Cat Names
Addams – As in The Addams Family.
Bat or Batty
Bill (From the TV series True Blood)
Binx – The spirited cat in Hocus Pocus.
Blackjack (a lucky card)
Bon Bon – candy in French (french cat names)
Bram – Irish author Bram Stoker penned the 1897 Gothic novel Dracula.
Buffy – Like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the beloved TV series.
Butterfinger ( candy)
Carrie – The main character of the titular novel by Steven King as well as the subsequent film.
Casper – You can’t forget about Casper the Friendly Ghost!
Chucky – The terrifying doll who just wouldn’t go away.
Craven – Wes Craven was a pioneer in the horror film genre.
Cruella – The insane villain of 101 Dalmatians.
Cujo – The crazy rabid dog.
Damien – The main character in the Omen series of horror films.
Dexter (from the showtime serial killer)
Dracula – The most well-known vampire. You may have heard of him?
Edgar or Poe – Edgar Allen Poe thrilled with his tales of mystery and the macabre.
Edward (From The Twilight Saga)
Elvira – The mistress of the dark.
Eric (From the TV series True Blood)
Fantome – ghost in French
Fester – As in Uncle Fester from The Addams Family.
Frankenstein – A novel by English author Mary Shelley.
Freddy (Nightmare on Elm Street)
Hannibal – Hannibal Lecter, the forensic psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer.
Herman – Herman Munster, the patriarch of the Munster family.
Hitchcock – Albert Hitchcock was the master of suspense.
Ichabod – As in Ichabod Crane, the protagonist in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Igor – The famed fictional character in Young Frankenstein.
Isabella(From The Twilight Saga)
Jacob (From The Twilight Saga)
Jason (From the TV series True Blood)
Jekyll – Inspired by Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Kumo – spider in Japanese
Magic (as in black magic)
Medusa – A monster described as a woman with living venomous snakes as hair.
Merlin – The legendary wizard.
Michael (mass murderer in the Halloween series)
Michael Myers – The fictional character and protagonist from the Halloween series of slasher films.
Miira – mummy in Japanese
Momie – mummy in French
Morticia – The matriarch of The Addams Family.
Naranja (Spanish for orange)
Noir ( French for black)
Norman Bates – The main antagonist in Psycho who had a pretty messed up relationship with his mom.
Obi Wan Kanobi
Okashi – candy in Japanese
Osso – bone in Italian
PS – for Pumpkin Spice
Pennywise – The title character of Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel It.
Pipistrello – bat in Italian
Prince of darkness
Pugsley – A member of the fictional Addams family.
Rosemary – As in Rosemary’s Baby.
Sabrina – Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a beloved TV show.
Sam (From the TV series True Blood)
Skellington – The main protagonist of the 1993 film The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Skittles ( candy)
Snickers ( candy)
Sons (for Sons of Anarchy)
Sookie (From the TV series True Blood)
Spooky (some also answer to Pookums)
Squelette – skeleton in French
Stephen (for Stephen King)
TB (for True Blood)
Tara (From the TV series True Blood)
Trick or Trixie
Wednesday – The glum daughter in The Addams Family.
Weenie (for Haloween)