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Types of Orange Cats

Abyssinian ​cat​
Abyssinian ​cat​

Abyssinian is a breed, or possibly, a way to describe a look alike, without analysing it if really is a pure bred abyssinian. I suppose one can say yours kitten is a little look alike of Abyssinian yes. He is also a tabby yes. Although remember, with cats, the breed is not looks, but what they are born as. Ie paperwork and ancestry.

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American ​Bobtail​
American ​Bobtail​

The American Bobtail is an uncommon breed of domestic cat which was developed in the late 1960s. It is most notable for its stubby "bobbed" tail about one-third to one-half the length of a normal cat's tail. This is the result of a cat body type genetic mutation affecting the tail development, similar to that of a Manx cat.

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American Curl​
American Curl​

The American Curl is one of the youngest cat breeds. It was born of a natural genetic mutation that first appeared in Shulamith, a stray black kitten with long, silky hair and, strangely, ears that curled backward. She found her way to the welcoming door of Joe and Grace Ruga in Lakewood, California.

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American ​Shorthair​
American ​Shorthair​

The American Shorthair is a pedigreed cat breed, with a strict conformation standard, as set by cat fanciers of the breed and the North American cat fancier associations such as The International Cat Association (TICA) and the Cat Fanciers' Association.

American ​Wirehair​
American ​Wirehair​

The American Wirehair Cat has a wonderfully springy coat of delicate wiry hair, similar to the coat of a lamb. Each hair is crimped, bent, hooked, or curled. This distinctive wiry hair along with a medium length coat sets this breed apart from its relative, the American Shorthair Cat, which is the cat breed that it was developed from.

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Balinese cat​
Balinese cat​

Keep the litter box spotlessly clean. Like all cats, Balinese are very particular about bathroom hygiene. It’s a good idea to keep a Balinese as an indoor-only cat to protect him from diseases spread by other cats, attacks by dogs or coyotes, and the other dangers that face cats who go outdoors, such as being hit by a car.

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Bengal cat​
Bengal cat​

The Cheetoh cat is an ongoing program to crossbreed two existing breeds of spotted domestic cats with defined characteristics (the Bengal and the Ocicat), and develop the result into a third standardized breed that is distinct from both of the foundation breeds.

Birman​
Birman​

The Birman, also called the "Sacred Cat of Burma", is a domestic cat breed. The Birman is a long-haired, color-pointed cat distinguished by a silky coat, deep blue eyes, and contrasting white "gloves" or "socks" on each paw. The breed name is derived from Birmanie, the French form of Burma.

Devon Rex​
Devon Rex​

The Devon Rex is a breed of intelligent, short-haired cat that emerged in England during the late 1950s. They are known for their slender bodies, wavy coat, and large ears. This breed of cat is capable of learning difficult tricks but can be difficult to motivate.

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Exotic ​Shorthair​
Exotic ​Shorthair​

The Exotic Shorthair is a breed of cat developed to be a short-haired version of the Persian. The Exotic is similar to the Persian in many ways, including temperament and conformation, a flat nose and face with the exceptions of the short dense coat.

Himalayan cat​
Himalayan cat​

The Himalayan (a.k.a. Himalayan Persian, or Colourpoint Persian as it is commonly referred to in Europe), is a breed or sub-breed of long-haired cat identical in type to the Persian, with the exception of its blue eyes and its point colouration, which were derived from crossing the Persian with the Siamese

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Japanese ​Bobtail​
Japanese ​Bobtail​

The Shorthair Japanese Bobtail was accepted for championship status in 1976, followed by the Longhair Japanese Bobtail in 1993. Japanese Bobtails are very strong and healthy cats. They usually have litters of three to four kittens that are large for newborns.

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Persian cat​
Persian cat​

The orange Persian cat is one of many striking colors of the breed best known for its angry or pouty expression. A beautiful flowing coat and sweet, gentle personality make the Persian one of the most treasured felines in the world.

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Scottish Fold​
Scottish Fold​

The Scottish Fold comes in a number of colors and patterns, including solid, tabby, tabby and white, bicolor and particolor. Eye color depends on coat color. For instance, white and bicolor cats can have blue eyes or odd eyes (each eye is a different color).

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Selkirk Rex​
Selkirk Rex​

The Selkirk originated in Montana, where the first known cat of this type was born in 1987, one of a litter of six kittens found in an animal shelter. The others had the typical straight coat of a domestic shorthaired cat, but the curly-coated female was so unusual that she was brought to the attention of a local Persian breeder, Jeri Newman, who adopted her.

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Somali cat​
Somali cat​

The Somali cat is often described as a long-haired Abyssinian; a product of a recessive gene in Abyssinian cats, though how the gene was introduced into the Abyssinian gene pool is unknown.

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