This generator produces 15 random names suitable for large cats, such as lions , tigers and leopards. Many names will also work for smaller species, but there is also a separate name-generator. A wide range of names are available, from cute, to cuddly, to powerful and fierce, but try some other names (links to the bottom of this page) if you still want inspiration. For many different species, you'll find many names running.
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
Some people wonder if fictional stories about large cats are based on factual facts. After all, there are more than one species of wild cat. And many different wild cat subspecies are also common today in the wild. But what exactly is a big cat? They are big; you say? Yes, they are: large enough to qualify as the biggest cats on Earth.
The biggest of all large cats is indeed the cheetah, which tops out at over six feet long and weighs in at more than 1,200 pounds. On average, the largest known domestic cat is the Leopard Cat, which tops out at almost seven feet in length and nearly eight thousand pounds in weight. However, these cats are not usually seen by humans. Instead they are usually seen by other animals such as leopards, cheetahs, jackals and hyenas. It is said that the smallest domestic cat on record is the Domestic Short-Horned Dog, which weighs just two pounds and fourteen ounces.
The myth that lions and tigers are only big cats that live in the wild is also not true. Both of these large cats are large felines and are considered large enough to be classified as a predator. Lions and tigers are considering to be apex predators and live in large territories. This fact helps to explain the reason why they are considered to be the biggest cats in the world.