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60 Best Country Music Inspired Cat Names For Your Kitten




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Every country music lover dreams of owning a country music kitty – and we’ve got just the names for them! This list has plenty of country music-inspired choices that fit any type of cat, no matter their temperament and color.

Read on to discover country cat names influenced by your favorite country artists and songs!

Male Country Music Cat Names

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Names Notes
Travis Randy Travis has had a successful career spanning four decades
Cash
Singer Johnny Cash was a rebel with an iconic country music career
Joe
As in Joe Nichols
Vince
Vince Gill boasts a three-decade career
Perry
As in The Band Perry; this trio is known for the song “Pontoon”
Rodney
Many country artists are named Rodney, such as Rodney Crowell and Rodney Atkins
Bocephus
This is Hank Williams, Jr’s nickname
Brett
As in Brett Eldredge
Rascal
The group Rascal Flatts is best known for their place on the Cars soundtrack
McGraw
Tim McGraw has had success as an artist and an actor, he starred in The Blind Side
Jake As in Jake Owen
Trace
Known for his towering height, Trace Adkins has a beautiful baritone
Toby
The “Red Solo Cup” artist is known as a rebel and a crossover artist
Hank
As in Hank Williams, Sr and, more recently, his son, Hank Williams, Jr.
Twitty
Conway Twitty had a five-decade career in the country music business
Rhett
As in Thomas Rhett, known for his hit “Marry Me”
Clint
As in Clint Black, known for his hit “Killin’ Time”
Kip
Kip Moore is known for his hit “Hey Pretty Girl
Garth
Garth Brooks is best known for his trademark black hat and his song “The Thunder Rolls”
Sam
Refers to Sam Hunt, a former professional athlete and songwriter
Aldean
Jason Aldean mixed country and rap when he sang “Chillin’ on a Dirt Road”
Kenny
Kenny Chesney has been a successful crossover artist for two decades
Church
As in Eric Church, known for his hit, “She Loves Me Like Jesus”
George
As in George Strait or George Jones, two icons of country music
Easton
Refers to Easton Corbin, a fairly new artist said to sound like George Strait
Randy
Rooted in Mississippi, Randy Houser is both a composer and a successful artist
Merle
Refers to the legendary Merle Haggard
Kane
Kane Brown is a breakout artist with a huge following
Willie
Everyone’s favorite country outlaw is Willie Nelson
Keith
As in Keith Urban, native Australian and husband of Nicole Kidman

Female Country Music Cat Names

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Names Notes
Bonnie
Bonnie Raitt is a successful crossover artist
Jane
As in Calamity Jane, a country-western musical about the famous frontierswoman
Maybelle
One of The Carter Sisters
Tammy
As in Tammy Wynette or Tammy Cochran
Jessi
Jessi Colter was married to Waylon Jennings, she was a successful artist in her own right
Dixie
Refers to the all-female group the Dixie Chicks
Carlene
As in Carlene Carter
Linda
As in Linda Davis, who is most famous for her duet with Reba McEntire, “Does He Love You”
Reba
Reba McEntire has had a successful career spanning thirty years, she is also an actress
Kippi
A country artist who began her career while she was still in her teens
Tanya
Tanya Tucker was known for her off-stage antics as well as her relationship with Glen Campbell
June
As in June Carter Cash, member of The Carters and Johnny Cash’s wife
Rose
Refers to The Desert Rose Band
Carolina
As in Carolina Rain
Patsy
Patsy Cline was a country music icon
Wilma
As in Wilma Burgess, an artist popular in the 1960s
Holly
Holly Dunn is best known for the sentimental song, “Daddy’s Hands”
Annie
As in Rattlesnake Annie
Lacy
J Lacy J. Dalton is known for her hit, “Black Coffee”
Suzy
Suzy Bogguss is known for her hit “Cross My Broken Heart”
Ronna
As in Ronna Reeves
Paulette
As in Paulette Carlson, lead singer of Highway 101
Alaina
As in Lauren Alaina, an up and coming country artist
Kay
Kay Adams or Kay Robertson
Kelly
As in Kelly Clarkson, the first American Idol winner
Cee
Cee Refers to Cee Cee Chapman
Christy
Lee A gospel and country music singer known for her song, “One Day at a Time”
Iris
As in Iris Dement, she found fame as a folk and gospel singer as well
Terri
As in Terri Clark, a country artist with success in both the U.S. and Canada
KT
KT Oslin is known for her soulful voice

We hope you’ve enjoyed our list of country music inspired cat names. If we missed any good ones, you can check our music cat names, since there are tons of cat name ideas there!

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