Pets are family and when you lose a member of your family, you grieve. Pet grieving is quite a personal experience. Your pet who was your companion all these years, shared your happiness, consoled when you were sad, gave you unconditional love, is suddenly not with you and it’s heart breaking and traumatic.
We got Lilly as a companion for our first Ragdoll, Tyler. Tyler began attacking my legs (in a playful but painful way) every time I went to bed, and then he would meow endlessly and very pitifully, so we decided he needed another companion.
Ragoll-Kittens.com.au was launched just recently and is a site dedicated to this amazing breed of cats. Breeding Ragdoll cats has been a central part in the life our family for a couple of years and this website was inspired by the most precious gift we’ve ever received, our stud Tilly.
A colleague of mine started a Ragdoll craze at work. I had never heard about the breed until she got her two kittens and started showing us photos and telling us about how special these cats are.
This is Shadow, a seal colour point Ragdoll Kitten.
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