Join the Red Headed League!

Come on all you Reds, Oranges, Gingers and Tortoiseshells this page is just for you. Being a bright Orange cat myself I am very interested in the promotion of all cats that share my beautiful colour so if you send me your photograph I will include it in the Orange Box.
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Gerhard - one of the stars of the Graz Pumpkin festival.
Fudge from Headley Park on a hunting patrol. I hear his claws are sharp as needles - just what is needed for a real climbing cat.
Oranje! Oranje! Oranje! Flammetje is an Orange Man from Holland.
Sheridan the contented Himalayan Patterned Persian, who is particulary contected after a good show result.

Kisses is a very elegant cat with a particularly nice bushy tail.
Chaos, form Minnesota, is another cat with a very bush tail. Apparently he is a real ham and maybe even recites the occasional sonnet.

This Orange & White man is 11 years old and has the interesting name of Kyloe.
Sasha is wearing a very interesting outfit here, he certainly is very photogenic.

An historic photograph of H.M.S. Hood's cats Fishcakes and Ginger. For some reason Ginger has suspicions that Fishcakes may be a German spy. Why is he more interested in the armament and top speed of the ship than meal times?
Magnificent Leo, a very fine Orange & White man indeed.
My nephew, Danilo’s grandson Larry, enjoying the Spring sunshine. I think looks something like me.
Candy is a tradditional Tortoiseshell, who enjoys sleeping and eating.
Some might think this is an earthly manifestation of the Egyptian god Thoth, but no, it is Inga the Ibis from Frankfurt.
This is Delilah, from the island of Bute in Scotland. Delilah lives at the Victorian Fern Garden and guards her chickens well, chasing away any dog that goes where dogs should not go.

This is Pumpkin who used ot be a stray kitten until he found a home last Halloween. Apparently his physician says he is Red and not Orange, but then vets do not know everything. is Pum.
Rufus, also known as Ginger Buff is a fine Orange Persian from Ireland and he has even written a few words about himself:
‘I was found hanging from a telephone pole, in the midlands of Ireland in Athlone. I was taken in by a lovely family with a warm cosy cottage and lots of lush green fields for me to play in. I fit right in, much to the dismay of the sheep dog Hudson, who has his eye on me all day’.
Here is Rufus again, resting in the chair that he loves.
Bert is a very fine Orange & White man. He was rescued from a car park in Manchester, England and had to have all his teeth taken out due to Gingivitis. Now he is happy again and loves sleeping in a cat mint bush.

You don’t get much more orange than this! This is Ulura - the Orange Heart of Australia.
Here are two fine additions to the Orange World from the great state of Missouri. Orange Tabby named Jack who was rescued from a busy highway by an alert vet technician who was driving home from work one fine day in October 2003. He was 6 weeks old and had 2 breaks in his tiny leg so they removed the leg and was adopted in November 2003. The puppy Sally is part Jack Russell and part Golden Retriever which accounts for her Taffy colored spots.


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