Almost every animal holds some sort of symbolic meaning for us.
It is cats that hold the most potent spiritual symbolism of any animal that we encounter.
The color of a cat’s fur has a dramatic effect on the spiritual symbolism that it represents.
Today we are going to talk about orange furred (or ginger/marmalade) cats.
So whether you are searching for spiritual, artistic, or emotional symbolism related to an orange cat, these are the meanings you might find:
Leader or Follower?
The orange cat symbolizes leadership and the nature of natural-born leaders.
Most cats are fiercely independent with natural charisma, but ginger cats symbolize the virtues of good leadership.
If you see a ginger cat with the perspective of appearing ahead of you, know this means you need to take the lead in your current situation.
It may even be pointing out to you and congratulating you on taking the lead, even when you did not see it for yourself.
The flip side to this is the flaws of a weak follower.
So if for example, the cat appears behind you, know that this means you are being a weak follower in your current situation.
It is time for you to do some self-examination and understand where in your life you are making the mistake of not giving support to the person who is in the lead and helping you.
There is nothing wrong with following someone who is leading. We all do it and it is necessary much of the time.
Bold, Brash, Adventurous
The orange cat is a symbol of adventure in the traditional sense: Striding headfirst into danger and peril for the promise of great riches and glory.
Metaphorically speaking, of course.
We can learn self-confidence from the orange tabby, boldly going where we did not have the self-belief to go before.
It encourages us to get out of our comfort zone and do something we can have some pride in.
It is not always clear to us how to make changes in our life, but we can look to the ginger tabby and emulate some of their characters for this.
The essence of the orange cat on a vibrational level is one of change, upheaval, and new beginnings.
Orange as a color is very sacred and holds spiritual significance on many levels.
Identifying with the orange cat means understanding and maintaining the status quo is easy, but upsetting it provides the opportunity for something bigger and better to rise from the dust.
Without the drive to change things, nothing ever improves. It also involves trusting yourself to take a risk.
It is not content waiting for someone else to take that leap.
When we see an orange/ginger cat it is telling us to look within and seek that heroic part of ourselves and take risks.
The orange cat has a particular symbolic meaning in the modern world as it symbolizes the sun and the climate.
It drives us to action to save our planet from the excesses of humanity, where an irresponsible few pollute the atmosphere and damage Mother Nature.
We can make changes and employ solar power as a way of preserving our Mother Earth.
We must grow our own food under our beautiful sun and take some time outside in the sun to charge up our vitamin D.
Tabby Cat Spiritual Meaning
Cats are one of the most spiritual beings on planet Earth.
Ok, you wake up from a dream and the first thing you remember is seeing an orange/ginger cat.
It is time to go deep within your mind and go straight back to that dream and try and recall as much of it as you can.
The points you want to think about are:
- What age was the cat?
- What was the general emotional feeling of the cat?
- What shade of orange/ginger was this cat?
- What situation was the cat in?
- How did you feel about the dream?
The age of the cat tells you what part of your life journey the dream is referring to.
The emotion of the cat tells you on a feminine level how you are really feeling about yourself. It does not matter if you are a man or woman, we all have both traits.
The lightness or depth of color tells you the urgency of the dream message. Light meaning not too much of an issue, but something you need to think about.
Dark orange means something that you have been ignoring and is about to blow up in your face.
Orange cats also symbolize optimism, the drive behind everything else it symbolizes.
Things can get better if you put your mind to it and apply yourself with full commitment.
You can save the planet, you can claim your riches and your glory, and do some good while you are at it.
Those who have an orange tabby as a pet are more optimistic because that’s the energy that they give out.
What It Means Where You See a Ginger/Orange Cat
Learning how to interpret meanings takes a lifetime to figure out.
There are so many variations it is almost impossible to figure out on your own.
Lucky we are here to give you the wisdom you need, we do not want to see blind because you did not have enough time to learn it all.
What you need to know right now, is where you saw this orange/ginger cat.
If you see an orange cat in real life it is vital to remember this rule: where in relation to your own physical being did you first notice the orange of a cat?
Was it in the distance ahead of you? Or was it well behind you when you looked back?
Note that there is no message of a physical manner if in real life you see this color cat to the left or right of your being.
Dreaming Of Orange Cat
If you see an orange/ginger cat while you are on the nod and cruizing the astral plane of existence, then know this is a direct line of communication between you and all your potential.
For within that potential is your creator self.
And we are all creators, and as such we have constant communication with all that is, through our dreams.
Being awakened is being awake dreaming.
Whatever is in your dreams you need to connect with.
If you can not find clarity within your journey, there is a gap in your energetic link to your oversoul.
This is not only symbolic of the sun’s energy, which gives life to this planet and everything on it, but also the spiritual energies that drive us from within and the physical energies that allow us to manifest our will.
So, at the end of it all, the orange cat symbolizes an optimistic drive to lead the world to change, for the betterment of humanity and, of course, yourself.