Simon’s Cat Features Ragdoll Cats

| September 18, 2016 | 6 Comments

Simon’s Cat New Video: Things You Didn’t Know About Ragdolls

If you have not yet experienced Simon’s Cat, I encourage you to spend an hour or so watching some of their awesome cartoons.

Much to my surprise, the creator of Simon’s Cat, recently featured one of his favorite breeds, Ragdolls, in one of his popular videos. You can watch the video below.

Do you have a Ragdoll? What do you think about what Simon Tofield says about Ragdoll cats? Do you agree?


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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Teresa Reid says:

    Thanks for letting us know about the video! It is so cute! Love all of Simon’s cat videos!♥♥♥♥

  2. Fantastic post, Jenny! Lurve, lurve, lurve me some Simon’s Cat cartoons/videos! He’s so talented and his cartoons/videos are always spot on and adorably funny! I totally agree with him on everything he said about the Ragdolls except I think our big babies reach full maturity at age 4 not age 3. 🙂 <3

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  3. svetlanao says:

    Ha ha The last pictures – I saw exact picture of MY Ragdoll Proshka. It’s a side picture of a Mink Ragdoll with his mouth partially opened. I thought it was the feature of my cat. He drools a lot because his mouth is constructed like this. Our cat kisses with his lips, actually, not just simply licking with his tongue, but puts his lips to our mouths, can you imagine? Those kisses are so real! It’s a little inconvenient with all that drooling, but he never knows…:) because he receives only delight in response. Now I see his picture there, on Simon’s Cat video! So funny! Jenny, are your both cats have this same not completely closed mouth features, too? Or it’s just for mink colored cats’ special? I would gladly attach Proshka’s photo here, so you would see how exact the similarity is – it’s simply amazing! Thoug, I also wonder if that kitty is giving the same real kisses to his/her owner, and it makes me wonder if I would recognize my cat if I am forced to deffer these two cats – one on the picture and Proshka…The only thing that might be different is that Proshka for some reason is a tiny cat – just 10lb. My two Main Coons are both 22lb – can you imagine how funny they look together? Especially when one of Main Coons is a year younger than Proshka, and has to accept his higher position in the cats’ hierarchy.
    Anyway, I hope I didn’t tire you too much with my long letter, and thank you so much for getting this video for all of us, Ragdoll cats (and all the other cats, too) lovers, to enjoy. I really did enjoy it, especially because I love those series and happily watch them when the occasion arrises. Thank you and big hug with a lots of the best wishes for you, Trigg (i am not sure about the spelling, but I love that little prince) and His Highness Murphy for everything you do here.

  4. wendyknits says:

    I loved this video! I think Simon is spot-on in his description of Ragdoll traits.

  5. Cherie says:

    Thank you so much for posting this video on the website, Jenny 🙂 With having had to put my gorgeous, beautiful raggie girl Neme to sleep this past Sunday lunchtime, this week has been one of much sadness for Peachy and I … we love and miss her so very much!!! Simon’s video though, has given us something to make us smile … yes, Peachy watches videos with me, bless him :), and we’ve just watched many of Simon’s other videos on YouTube. So, once again, thank you … you have helped to make our week a little bit brighter 🙂 Oh, and yes, Ragdolls reach maturity at 4 years of age, but hey, who’s counting when they bring such pleasure, joy and love to our lives 🙂 Also, to all you Raggie owners out there, please just hold them and love them for that little while longer everyday… you just don’t know how long you have them for. Blessings to you all, Peachy and I 🙂

  6. Fairlytaleofnewyork Satoko says:

    Awwww, thank you for sharing this with us. I have not realised that Simon has featured Ragdolls 🙂

    I love the video, and yes it is absolutely spot on!!
    Love his drawings, too.
    On this video, Simon says that it takes 3 years for them to fully mature. My understanding is 3 years for colour and 4 years for the size.
    My Oliver is my first Ragdoll and he is still 2 years and 8 months, so will see what happens, I think he is still growing! We have loads of activities together, indoors and outdoors and I am so happy to have him 🙂

    Thank you very much for sharing.

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