I first became interested in Ragdolls in the mid-1980s, when I saw a picture and an article in a German pet magazine. I was fascinated! Two years later, I came to live in the United States.
I was always a dog person, until this year. It started when my cousin bought home a Devon Rex and named her Luna, at first I wasn’t quite fond of her.
I wanted a kitty that was a snuggler and my neighbor said these cats are awesome and they love to just lay in your arms why they call them Ragdolls.
Duke is a 6 years old Seal Point Ragdoll. He is a rescue and a total blessing. In April of this year (2016) we lost our beloved gentle giant kitty Grayson, who was adopted at the age of 8.5 and spent glorious five years with us, benevolently ruling the household.
In the summer of 2013 my world turned upside-down. My husband had retired in 2011 from a life long career as an instrumental music teacher and I was set to retire from my 35 year career as an art teacher.
Tziyon is a gorgeous Lilac, mitted Ragdoll and comes to us from a fabulous breeder in Virginia, Angel Girl Ragdolls.
My ragdoll cat is named Mr. Blue. We got him in October 2015 when he was 3 months old. We live in King of Prussia area (my mother and I) but drove one day to Newark, Delaware where the breeder was located.
Hi everyone, my official name is Snowdolls Tiffany. Mummy named me after Tiffany & Co because I have a little diamond size blaze on my nose.
I have a 4 year old Blue Tortishell Ragdoll Kitten named Calina aka Kitten, Princess Fluffy Butt, Sassy Girl, Little One, Beautiful Girl and Sunshine.
No matter how much we read about Ragdolls, or even watched their videos on YouTube (big thanks to Floppycats btw.) nothing, and I really mean NOTHING, could’ve prepared us for our little bundle of joy.