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Meet Ginger, the adorable pixel art cat with a fiery orange coat and whiskers that twinkle like tiny stars. Watch as this charming feline comes to life in pixel-perfect animations, prancing and pouncing with undeniable cuteness.

Sprite Dimensions: 32x32 (px)

Included Animations: 

idle_right (8 frames)

walk_right (4 frames)

jump_up_right (2 frames)

fall_down_right 2 frames)

idle_left (8 frames)

walk_left (4 frames)

jump_up_left (2 frames)

fall_down_left (2 frames)

Fair Use:  Go ahead and use this asset in any of your projects! If you could give me a shout-out somewhere (maybe by linking back to this page), that would be awesome, but it's totally up to you.

Please Note: the downloadable content for this asset comes in the form of a single spritesheet. The spritesheet contains *all eight* animations, with each animation on its own row. This should make it easy to integrate the asset into your game and start using it right away.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorCaz Creates Games
Tags2D, Animation, Cartoon, Cats, Characters, Cute, Pixel Art
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

kitty.aseprite 8.2 kB
kitty.png 3.6 kB


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A very cute asset! I would like to use this for my game, but I wanted to clarify: can I edit images? Slightly, but to add emotion to the sprites.

Good luck to the author, great work!

Hi! Thanks very much. And yes you may make changes to any of my sprites to better suit your game!

Best of luck with your game development 😃


Thank u very much!


Awesome asset !


Hello! Nice kitty, I didn't expect that so much simplicity can still look good.


You are making great art under free cultural licenses. I recommend you to read it. Honestly, I don't remember If I told you about OGA earlier, so I am sorry if it is second time.


is there a zip file download link?

Sorry, I think something bugged out when I uploaded the files initially. There should be a png file and an aseprite file available to download now.