So, after doing a lot of research, my husband and I decided on the Ragdoll. Thru word of mouth I contacted Scottie Cone in North Carolina. She was great. She answered any and all questions that I had. After looking at the different pictures of the colors and patterns the Ragdoll comes in, we decided on a Seal Mitted. We also knew that we wanted a male.
After what seemed to be forever, a litter born on 6/21/13 produced two seal mitted males. Every week Scottie would send us pictures of them as they grew. It was so exciting .
We were able to have pick of the two. We finally got our little boy on 8/26. He is just precious. Funny thing is that my grooming business is Rags To Riches and Scotties cattery name is Rags2Riches. So, we decided to go with the money theme for his name. We named him Cash. And will register him as Rags2Riches Show Me The Money.
Cash is fitting in just purrfectly!!! He is doing great with our 5 dogs. We have Dobermans and Chinese Cresteds. We got into dog shows about 19 years ago. They are our babies. So, now we have a pack of 6 including Cash. He follows you everywhere. Talks to. He is using his NVR Miss Litter box no problem. I am trying the pad that you tried under the litter. He is also enjoying his Karma Infinity Scratcher Lounge. I also got him the Stainless Steel Drinkwell 360 water fountain. He loves that to. Along with many many more toys and scratching posts. We are feeding him Blue Buffalo cat food.
He had his first wellness vet check up and the vet said he looked great. The girls working loved him. He loved everyone holding and loving him. He is also enjoying all the people coming over to visit him. He is never nervous or scared. Just loves being cuddled and playing with his toys with people. I just clipped his nails and eventually will teach him to let me dremmel his nails. I also started to comb him and some small grooming things now so that as he matures he will already be use to everything. He is bringing us so much joy. Not that I want time to go by fast but, I look forward to seeing how he changes over time. I look forward to sharing more pictures and stories of him over time.