9 Ragdoll Cat GIFs That Will Put a Smile on Your Face

There’s nothing like a good GIF to put a smile on your face. And our collection of Ragdoll cat GIFs will improve your day. Are you ready for some Ragdoll awesomeness? Then take a look at our GIF list! We’ll list them in no particular order and leave the ranking to you. There’s so much cuteness to choose from. Enjoy!

A Cat’s Best Friend

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Everybody needs a friend, and Timo, a seal bicolor Ragdoll cat, has his teddy bear. As you can see, he is having a great time rocking in his cat hammock with it. Seems like a laid-back afternoon for the two buddies.

A Raggie and Its Teddy

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Well, if the first Ragdoll cat GIF on our list featured a cat and its small teddy bear, in this one, you can see Timo again and his giant teddy bear. Some cats enjoy puzzle toys, but others seem to prefer cuddlier choices. Not a bad way to spend the day, not a wrong way at all…

Teeth Cleaning

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This has to be one of the calmest kitties in the world. We can see this Ragdoll having its teeth brushed without protests. He remains calm, staring at the ceiling afterward. With his pearly whites and baby blues, this Ragdoll cat is adorable. Check out our article on how to brush a cat’s teeth to learn more about how it’s done and what brush to use. It looks a bit different than the one in this GIF.

When I Sits, I Sits

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Everybody loves Ragdoll cats because they are one of the calmest, most laid-back cat breeds. Their floppiness is undoubtedly one of the best Ragdoll personality traits. This one shows off its remarkable sitting abilities. Captured from various angles, this Raggie sits belly up on the sofa, enjoying a relaxing afternoon. After a long day, who doesn’t enjoy putting his feet up?

Paw Five

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This adorable floppy Ragdoll cat is giving you a paw five and is bound to make your day much better. Just try not to smile looking at this fluffy cat. Would you high-five him back? Well, look at that face! How could you not?

Did Anybody Say Kneading?

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This is the poster white cat GIF for cats kneading, and of course, it’s of a Ragdoll cat. Look how adorable it is making biscuits, playing the piano, kneading dough, and making muffins. So many good words out there for kneading. But why do cats knead? This is one question that feline experts have yet to answer, but some solid theories exist. Some believe it comes from their kitten behavior when they knead their mother to get milk. Others think they’re doing it to mark their territory, while another theory says they are just settling down. Whichever it is, we can’t get enough of this Ragdoll cat kneading in the air!

We Need to Talk

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This Ragdoll sure is adamant! He is putting his paw down and demanding that his human give him the attention he deserves. And how could you turn your eyes away from a lovely red Ragdoll? Did you know that they are the rarest kind of Ragdoll cat? Also called flame point Ragdolls, they are red or orange and are a treat for any cat lover.

Cuteness Overload

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Have you ever seen a Ragdoll kitten up in a blossoming cherry tree? This has to be one of the loveliest sights ever. Notice how this little guy’s fur is as white as the cherry blossoms. It must be his first time in a tree. We are certainly glad to whiteness it because it is adorable. Did you know that all Ragdoll cats are born white, regardless of color? However, it’s only after a couple of weeks that they get their first colored fur. Find out more about Ragdoll’s color progression here.

The Gentle Giant

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Looking at this GIF, you might understand why Ragdoll cats are called that. This Raggie has a very eager tuxedo cat buddy that doesn’t take no for an answer. But the Raggie just cannot be bothered. That has to be one of the best things about Ragdoll cats. They are incredibly calm, which makes them great for households with two cats. The tiny tuxedo kitty will have an excellent role model growing up and a playmate!

So, how would you rank our 9 Ragdoll cat GIFs? Which one is your favorite? Tell us all about it in the comments section below.

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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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3 Comments

  1. Linda Morgan says:

    Thank you for posting these. Love watching cats — including my own great big blue point male.

  2. Karen Guthrie says:

    Adorable! Hilarious! Familiar as well!

  3. OMG! LURVE! LURVE!! LURVE!!! WHAT A SUPER DUPER FABULOUS & PAWESOMELY ADORABLE & HILARIOUS POST, Jenny honey! TYSVM!!! I DEFINITELY HAVE A HUGE SMILE ON MY FACE RIGHT NOW! #MissionAccomplished 😉 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love & purrs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3 <3 <3

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