How Rare Are Female Orange Tabby Cats?


Female orange tabby cats are considerably rare. They only occur approximately 25% of the time. In order for a female tabby cat to have an orange coat, both its parents need to have the recessive orange coat gene.
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It has been reported that female orange tabbies make up only 20% of the orange tabby population. For an female orange tabby to be born, both parents must have an orange gene.
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