As far as I know there is no difference. There is a difference with tortoiseshell cats though because the genes coding for coat colour are on the X chromosome. Therefore, generally tortoiseshell are female as only females can have both the black and ginger genes (one on each X chromosome). Males should only have one X chromosome, so this cant happen unless they have a genetic abnormality.
I'm not 100% sure, but I have heard things that suggest ginger cats are more likely to be male. I'm not sure how this would work, but I have heard it from a few different sources. When I was younger though, I had a female ginger kitten.
Orange tabbies actually are more likely to be male. Females only occur about 20% of the time. It seems weird, I know but it has something to do with gene combinations. Also, calico cats are way more likely to be female.
Yeh i had a male domestic short hair and I wanna buy a lil ginger kitten to replace him. but the lady said they are all female ginger cats.
Huh, that's weird. I'm sure you can find a little Ginger boy somewhere.
my orange tabbie is a male. his name is stud muffin.. ,lol he is a stud
Lol, I used to have an orange male and his name was little man.
u r correct karojo. i read about that the other day. good job
50/50...either it's a female, or it's not...
its tortishell cats not calico :)
oh and i have a ginger female :)
unless its both lol