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Do you think ginger cats are a bit different personality wise ?

81 replies

Lardlizard · 14/10/2020 18:45

Like a bit more head strong ?

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Icequeen01 · 15/10/2020 07:27

@GarethSouthgatesWaistcoat Yes they are ๐Ÿ˜€ To me they look very different but apart from DH, DS and myself no one is able to tell them apart. My mum; who lives next door, will often tell me how Angus has spent the afternoon snoozing on her sofa but when I look I have to break the news she has in fact spent the afternoon with Archie ๐Ÿ˜€

JamminDoughnuts · 15/10/2020 07:58

a neighbours ginger cat used to visit, he had such an odd face, just adorable, google tells me he was persian

HunterHearstHelmsley · 15/10/2020 08:01

I used to have a ginger cat. She was the softest, sweetest, most loving cat you could ever meet. She never once lashed out at anyone in almost 20 years.

Oldraver · 15/10/2020 08:28

We got a ginger and white boy two months ago and he us a terror. He's already managed to scale the tree, next doors shed and the garage. He is a maniac around fresh meat and just goes off on one

He is also incredibly loving until he decides he is bored. I wish he wasn't so living at 4/5 am. He loves cuddling his Mama. This is him come and plonked on my whole I was typing

Do you think ginger cats are a bit different personality wise ?
OpEd · 15/10/2020 08:32

We have a ginger and white cat, he was a rescue and a bit scratchy and bitey when we got him, now he's lovely, he just needed a different home.

Oldraver · 15/10/2020 08:35

Oh and I forgot to say... I've never had such a noisy cat he is definitely a ginger winger

He goes downstairs in the morning with his Dad but comes up to complain to me that he has been left alone when he goes outside. He really screeches in my ear

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