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We all know that Ragdolls don’t get their full color until they are 2 or 3 years old. Eve Kupiers, an avid Floppycats.com reader, has shared Snuggler as Ragdoll of the Week (Snuggler will be featured on November 15, 2010).
This is one of the first shots done with strobe lighting. I really like the way her eyes pop. It is amazing what having sufficient light can do for saturation. She’s such a sweet little cat, putting up with me using her as a subject for all sorts of photographic experiments. At first, her asymmetrical markings put me off. They really grow on you, kind of like a beauty mark. I’m not sure what the official classification of her markings would be. She has blue points, white socks, and some tortie, asymmetrical markings. We know that she is pure Ragdoll, but she does seem to show some Birman heritage. Sweet little cat…
Abby’s interesting markings seem to be a mix of Blue Point Birman, and Tortoise markings. Abby’s grandfather is Tucker, and she inherits his eyes, and her mother is a tortie, but I don’t have a picture of her. I’ll be sure to get one, the next time we visit Ragnificent Ragdolls. In the mean time, here is Ragnificent Ragdolls Cali.