As special as they are, your kitty needs to be called something.
Now that you’ve introduced a new cat to your household, the work has just started to prepare your home with all the necessary additions and to introduce your new feline to the rest of your family, particularly your other pets. You need to call your feline before all of that though. You decided on an orange cat and because these brightly colored kitties are eye-catching, you’ll want a name that stands out as well
But first, maybe you’d like to learn some detail about your new pet. Because the color comes from the X chromosome, orange cats can be male or female according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information. In fact, cat breeders refer to orange-red cats as, but often call them yellow, ginger, or marmalade. Although calico cats do have orange spots, because of the special multicolored coat they are categorized as a different type of feline. All orange cats are nevertheless called tabbies, which you can know on their forehead by the “M” marking.
Now that you learn a few details about a new member of the party, it’s time to call them. Other food-related names on this round-up include Apricot, Butterscotch, Cinnamon, Mango, and Mimosa. The unique names on this list fit for both sexes and often touch on their tangerine-colored coat. There are lots to pick from so read over and see which one’s right for your cat.
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