I love cats, but had not had one since my Himalayan, Holly, went to heaven 10 years ago. In 2015, I was finally in a position to get my own Ragdoll.
Meet Soki – A Blue Bicolour Ragdoll Cat Living in Australia
Pasha was born March 2, 2014 and came home with us at the end of May.
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.
The bicolor Ragdoll is a sought after color pattern and is one of the three accepted color patterns. When looking at show quality, there are two ideal marking patterns: Minimal white and maximum white.
My Mom had recently died, and she had always wanted a Ragdoll but never had one. One Sunday afternoon I was missing Mom. I picked up my laptop and Googled Ragdoll Breeders Central Florida.
My cat story might be a little bit different but I would like to share it with fellow cat lovers. I’ve always loved cats since I’ve been a little girl.
Gypsy is a retired breeder with a heart of gold. She is a beautiful big seal bi color and is now 16 years young. We brought Gypsy into our home when she was about 15 months old.
Parker James was the shyest kitten of all, but when I asked him, “Will you come home with us?” He kindly mewed back and gave over to my attention, he looked like his head was a little too big…
My husband and I picked Gus from a breeder the end of December 2012 after our 8.5 year old cat Sangha was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma and we had made the sad decision to put him down.