Orange cats have a reputation of being friendly, and are very popular among cat adopters.
In a recent survey orange cats and bi-colored cats were characterized as friendly, while black cats, white cats and tri-colored cats were regarded as more antisocial. White cats were considered to be more shy, lazy and calm, while tortoiseshell cats were more likely to be depicted as both more intolerant and more trainable. Black cats were typified as having less extreme character traits, which might contribute to their mysterious reputation.
When considering adopting a cat or kitten take our advice look beyond its colour and look at its personality, after all cats don't judge humans on their colour so we shouldn't judge them on theirs.
Black and tabby cats are by far the hardest to home through no fault of their own, please consider this in mind when you are looking to adopt a kitten.
If you wish to find out more about the kittens we have for adoption please email firstname.lastname@example.org