47 Unique Ginger Cat Names From Ginger-colored Kittens

The ginger cat is a living, breathing, orange-hued feline. It is not a distinct feline breed, it refers to a cat's rich, striking coat color. Ginger cats are so named because of their ginger-colored coats. In the U.K. and other countries of the former British Commonwealth, the orange color is generally expressed as "ginger" or "marmalade," or even "red." Any of these color references may be used to describe the very same cat.


According to University of California research, Gingers are friendly and adorable. This makes them perfect pets in the world. If you are the proud new owner of a ginger kitten and you are looking for a ginger cat names, then you could check out this list of ginger cat names including famous ginger cats. These cat names reflect the warm, fun personality of glorious orange, ginger kittens.

Famous Ginger Cat Names

Garfield: The fat orange cat in the comic strip Garfield.

Ginger: Yellow tomcat from the "Ginger and Pickles" stories by Beatrix Potter.
Jones: The orange striped cat named "Jones" in the movie "Alien" made in 1979.
Morris: Orange-colored finicky and egotistical cat that appeared in a series of US television cat food commercials.
Orangey: Ginger cat starred in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" with Audrey Hepburn in 1961.
Orion: The ginger and white cat who has the galaxy around his neck in the 1997 film "Men in Black".
Orlando: Orlando The Marmalade Cat is the star of a series of picture books by Kathleen Hale. His family consist of his wife Grace, and three kittens named Blanche, Pansy and Tinkle.
Spot: The android Data's pet cat from Star Trek The Next Generation.
The Brain: An orange colored cat wore a purple t-shirt and a watch in Topcat, the Hanna & Barbera cartoon.
Thomas O'Malley: Thomas O'Malley helped Duchess return to Paris in Walt Disney's The Aristocats.
Thomasina: Cat from the Paul Gallico book "Thomasina: The Cat Who Thought She Was God".

More Ginger Cat Names

Amber: Semiprecious gem made from fossilized tree resin. Also used to describe the gem's golden color.

Angus: In Celtic mythology, Angus Og is a god of attractive traits such as humor and wisdom.
Archie: Truly brave.
Auburn: Moderate or reddish brown.
Autumn: The Fall season.
Biscuit: A variety of baked, commonly flour-based food products.
Brighty: Bright and happy kitten.
Carrot: For strong kitty looks like a carrot.
Cinnamon: The warm brown-colored spice.
Clementine: There is also a well-known song called "Oh My Darling Clementine".
Dorito: A brand of seasoned tortilla chips.
Edan: Fire.
Fall: The harvest season, the colorful season.
Fawn: Young deer in its first year. Also a light yellowish-brown color.
Fiery: Having the bright color of fire.
Flame: The visible, gaseous part of a fire.
Goldie: Little golden one.
Hazel: Headland with the hazel trees.
Honey: Vary in color between pale yellow and dark brown.
Jelly: Clear or translucent fruit spread or preserve.
Juice: Liquid naturally contained in fruit and vegetables.
Kegan: Small flame.
Lava: Molten volcanic rock.
Marigold: The golden flower's name is a combination of Mary and "gold".
Melon: Type of fruit belonging to the cucurbit family.
Ochre: Natural pigment and associated color.
Orangina: Name of the fruit and color.
Peaches: Tree and its edible fruit.
Pumpkin: Large orange fruit of the genus Cucurbita.
Russet: Coarse woolen cloth of grey or brown.
Rusty: Person with red hair or a ruddy complexion.
Saffron: Bright orange-yellow spice.
Sandy: A kitten with sandy color of coat.
Sunshine: Happy, cheerful temperament.
Tangerine: Red or orange-colored citrus fruit.
Tiger: The largest cat.

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