100 Best Orange Cat Names with Popularity Rankings

At Rover, it’s fair to say that we’re obsessed with pet names. Every year we release data on the top dog names across the country, and this year we wanted to see the cat name rankings as well. We dug deep into our massive pet name database to reveal the most popular cat names.

From this we have extracted the best orange cat names which are listed below. If you’re looking for names for your new orange cat, this round-up is a good place to start. Not only do we find names based on our database, but we also select Orange Kitty names based on current trends, from unique to classic.

Cat names used to be pretty simple (“Here, Fluffy!”), and while there’s nothing wrong with those old-fashioned choices, cat owners these days choose a wide variety for their pets. From Dorito to Prince Harry to Clementine, there’s an orange cat name for every style on this list…not to mention each cat’s personality.

The 35 Most Popular Orange Cat Names

from the rover database

  1. Lion
  2. Olli
  3. tiger
  4. pumpkin
  5. penny
  6. pink
  7. tiger
  8. Ginger
  9. hazelnut
  10. ruby
  11. tiny
  12. Poppy
  13. archie
  14. Chester
  15. Sunny
  16. The peaches
  17. treasure
  18. whiskey
  19. Hunter
  20. Phoenix
  21. maple
  22. Nemo
  23. oxide
  24. Nacho
  25. daphne
  26. Rudi
  27. rufous
  28. Amber
  29. Sandy
  30. golden
  31. candy
  32. mountain of ash
  33. Apple
  34. Seem
  35. fantasies

Other fabulous orange cat names

Several different types of cats have bright orange fur in whole or in part, including the tabby, the Kurilian bobtail, the chausie, and others. Many of these cat names for ginger kittens are inspired by this quirky coat color, but not all! Others are inspired by red-haired characters from books and movies, the fall season, and other languages.

    1. fiona
    2. Alani (Hawaiian for “orange tree”)
    3. ann
    4. Apricot (or Apricot?)
    5. Ariel
    6. aspen
    7. autumn
    8. Blas (Blaise)
    9. heather
    10. golden button
    11. candy
    12. Corn
    13. Cantaloupe melon
    14. carrot on top
    15. charm
    16. Cheddar cheese
    17. cheetah
    18. cherry
    19. cheyenne
    20. clementine
    21. colby
    22. Crookshanks
    23. Dixie (as in a Dixie cup)
    24. Dorito
    25. embers
    26. Fire
    27. Garfield
    28. harvest
    29. Heathcliff
    30. Hobbes
    31. leaf (or leif)
    32. Worries
    33. jam
    34. nectarine
    35. nutmeg
    36. Oliver (from Oliver and Company)
    37. Opie
    38. Orange peel
    39. Oren (orange in Welsh)
    40. pepper
    41. Pippi Longstocking
    42. Prince Harry
    43. Questions
    44. hurry
    45. Red
    46. Ron (or Ginny or Weasley…)
    47. saffron
    48. satsuma
    49. scarlet
    50. sherbet
    51. sienna
    52. sparkling
    53. sun dance
    54. sweet potato
    55. Mandarin
    56. topaz
    57. Wheat

8 Irish Names For Orange Cats

Red fur is a classic Irish trait, so choosing an Irish name for your orange cat makes sense. All of these names have Irish Gaelic meanings related to red, red hair, or fire.

  1. clancy
  2. Flannery
  3. Flynn
  4. Keegan
  5. Roisin (girl’s name is pronounced “Ro-sheen”)
  6. Rooney
  7. Rohan
  8. rory

Choosing the Best Orange Cat Name

We understood. Your new cat is part of the family and her name deserves to be special. However, finding the perfect name doesn’t have to be difficult. Consider your cat’s personality: a fiery Garfield or an aloof Scarlett? A cheeky nacho or a cheeky mango? The sky is the limit.

Your interests and preferences also play a role in naming your pet. Cat owners chose names of favorite characters, musicians, books, flowers, and food to name their new cat. Yes, that means you can name your ginger cat “Cheeto” if she makes you smile.

Need a cat sitter?

Cats naturally seem to be more independent than dogs, but they also need attention, games, and treats when you’re not around. Your big cat deserves excellent care. You’ve found the best cat name, so now it’s time to find the perfect cat sitter for her.

Find your cat’s perfect companion right from your phone, then set off with pleasure.

New resources for cats

If you’re adding a newly adopted kitten or cat to your family, these articles will help get you off to a good start.

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Source : rover.com

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