No, not all ginger cats are male, some female cats are born with the red (ginger) colouring, but are not nearly as common as males.
During pregnancy, a female dog's mammary glands will begin to swell. According to Doggies.com, her nipples also start to turn red. Prior to delivering her babies, a female dog's teats will start to produce milk.
No. But some cats with certain color are female only. They are called tortoiseshells. Their color is a mix of black (or dilute black called blue) and red (or cream). Each cell that the cat has received has one X from the male and one X from the female. Only the female can either show the black or not (red). See the link below for what these cats look like:
Not always but most of the time they are that is because Red in cats is a sex-linked color, carried on the X gene. Therefore, a male cat whose X carries red will be a red tabby. A female cat who carries one red and one non-red X will be a patched tabby, a tortoiseshell, or a calico (if she also has the dominant gene for white markings). A female cat who is homozygous for red (has it on both X genes) will be a red tabby. This is why you see more male red tabbies than females. The chance of having a female red tabby are about 25%
so, red cats come from other cats, they die their head.
yes it is fixed
these are "undeveloped" teats found on male dogs. It a female trait that does not get fully developed inmales. Sort of just like males/females of the human species have a little of each other's traits...
the female gender is the red
My red tabby is the playfulest of my three cats
The female name for a female red fox is called a Madula
yes the male red fox is bigger then the female red fox