I'll be using traditionalism for a heads up, I do love me some good traditionalism, so I won't be really basing my opinions off of my liking's (Even though Greengaze sounds very pretty to me.) C:
Splashbreeze-6/10 A cat can't really look like a splash, but it can have 'splashy' patterns on it's fur, so if the mother wanted to name him/her off of that I suppose that's where Splash- would come from. The suffix doesn't make much sense to me I'm afraid, a breeze is gentle and for the most part, calm. So -cloud would fit much better, but I'm just following the guidelines of traditionalism.
Clawfoot-7/10 Claw doesn't really state what the cat looks like, prefixes are for what the cat looks like. -Foot is a great suffix though, I picture this cat is very quick on his/her feet
Breezefeather-5/10 Even though the use of Breeze- is canon, a cat cannot look like a breeze as they are invisible. Feather doesn't state the cats skills or notable traits, so I can't say that's a very good suffix. Feather would be to say "This cat is soft like a feather" or "This cat has fur like a feather" The first falling back into -cloud and soft fur isn't a notable trait to warriors.
Ravenfeather-8/10 Raven is the perfect prefix for a black cat, but again feather doesn't give anything about the skills or traits.
Greengaze-4/10 As much as I like this name it has major flaws, Greengaze is obviously named after their green eyes, but a mother won't be able to name her kit after it's eyes since it's eyes are born closed and the mother would have to wait until it opens them. Gaze tells others nothing about the cats traits.
Cloudeyes-7/10 Cloud is a great prefix! perfect for a white cat. But -Eyes, like Gaze, doesn't give anything about the cat.
Mistywind-5/10 Misty- is to imply that the cat is 'misty' or mist colored, but the y at the end is highly unnecessary, just plain Mist- is a great prefix for a pale grey cat though. -Wind isn't a very good suffix, wind is the opposite of a breeze, often quick and violent when it blows by. If a cat is quick then the suffix -Foot fits much better, if the cat can go from perfectly fine to a raging ball of fluffy fury then the suffix -Storm fits.
Mistybreeze-4/10 Same as my other points above, Mist- for a prefix and -Cloud for the suffix.
I hope this doesn't come off as horribly rude, it surely isn't my intention