Want your own Garfield? Check out these eight fiery-furred orange cat breeds. From Bengals to British Shorthairs, and Munchkins to Maine Coons, these orange wonders will surely capture your heart.
Looking for a ginger furball to call your own? There’s a bunch of orange cat varieties out there, each with its special charm. Whether you fancy a classic Garfield-style tabby or the sun-kissed Bengal, you’ve got options. From tiny Munchkins to fluffy ones that look like pint-sized lions, you’re bound to find your purr-fect match!
Abyssinians rock a sleek short-hair look and carry themselves with grace. Some think they come from Egypt or Ethiopia. Today, they’re a chill, friendly orange kitty you’ll often see around.
Guess what? American Bobtails have, well, bobbed tails! They sport longer fur and are a lively bunch. They adore human company. While many wear a ginger coat, you’ll also spot them in white, black, blue, and fawn.
Born from a mix of regular cats and the Asian leopard, Bengals boast wild spots that make them stand out. Got a thing for the jungle vibe? Bengals are your pick. But heads up—they come with a hefty price. These little explorers need lots of room to roam!
British Shorthairs, with their round mugs and cozy fur, are total heart-stealers. They come in a rainbow of colors, including that lovely orange. Their thick fur needs a bit of brushing, but trust me, their cuddles make up for it big time!
Maine Coons are big cats—some of the biggest around! They’ve got long, thick fur and tails that look like big fluffy brushes. People often say they act more like small dogs, and guess what? Some even wag their tails! While many are brown or orange, you can find them in other cool colors too.
Munchkins are little cats with super short legs. But what they lack in height, they make up for in heart. They love being around people and are real pals. And while they’re speedy and playful, watch out—they might snatch up toys or shiny things to stash away!
Persians have long, soft fur and cute round faces. They’re pretty chill, loving a good sunbath. Big male Persians can be 12 pounds or more, and the girls? About 8 to 12 pounds. They come in all sorts of shades, like white, black, and different oranges.
Turkish Angoras have been around since the 1600s, right from Turkey. They come in colors from white to black to orange. Their long fur does need some brushing, and they do shed. But they’re fun, loving cats. Fun fact: Long ago, Turkish kings gave them as gifts to big shots in Europe!