The Ginger Cat is an ultra-rare pet added to Adopt Me! on March 20, 2020 as a part of the Star Rewards Update. It is one of the 6 pets players can obtain from the Star Rewards and costs 210 Stars to obtain it. The Ginger Cat takes around 60 days of a straight login streak to obtain. It is the very first pet players obtain from the Star Rewards. It is also one of the only pet cats in the game. The other cats in the game include the Pink Cat, Snow Cat, and Cat, though they do not look quite similar to a Ginger Cat, as the Ginger Cat is designed differently.
The Neon version of a Ginger Cat has its inner ears, nose, whiskers, paws, stripes, and tip of the tail glowing a very light yellow with a hint of orange. The Mega Neon version of a Ginger Cat glows in the same areas as the Neon Ginger Cat, except that it cycles through the colors of the rainbow.
Is a ginger cat rare?
1. Only about 1 in 5 orange tabby cats is female. Scientists and researchers are fairly certain that orange tabbies’ color transpires from a sex-linked gene, with the X chromosome responsible for the orange coloring.
How much is a red panda worth in Adopt Me?
The Red Panda is an ultra-rare pet in Adopt Me!. It can be obtained from any non-limited egg, either from a Cracked Egg for 350, a Pet Egg for 600, or a Royal Egg for 1,450.
VersionsDescriptionThe Ginger Cat is an Ultra-Rare Pet from Star Rewards. It is currently about equal in value to the Amber Earrings.Dream Pet5 users currently have Ginger Cat as their Dream Pet.
Users must log in to be able to choose their dream pets. Popularity8 offers for the regular Ginger Cat are currently active on AdoptMeTradingValues.com.18 offers for the Neon Ginger Cat are currently active.6 offers for the Mega Neon Ginger Cat are currently active.
The Ginger Cat, as true to its name, features a bright orange tabby cat topped with light brown stripes on both its head and back. It is quite plump in shape, with a lighter orange belly. It has beady black eyes, a small pink nose, triangular orange ears, orange paws, and black whiskers.
Listed below are the tricks the Ginger Cat learns in order are: