I want to begin with a little background as to how I came to share my home with my Floppycat. I moved into my current home 4.5 years ago. I’m 71 and have a 14 year old female cat and 2 small dogs. We were a happy little family. Then a series of events began to transform it all.
This is our baby Khaleesi. We rescued her when she was just two months old, covered in fleas, had an eye infection, and was infested with worms. She was advertised as free on a cat adoption website, no shots, and obviously very sick. We did not realize how sick until we got her home.
I had always loved animals since I was a child, dogs and cats in particular. As a child I grew up with four lovely cats three Persians and a British shorthair and three dogs.
Whisper is a clinic cat at Parkside Animal Health Center in Aurora, CO! Whisper has several important jobs like greeting patients regardless of species!
I live in Cornwall in S.W. England, UK. My own floppy cat Poppy is not purebred but has so many rag doll characteristics that I feel she must have a high percentage of rag doll in her genes.
In May 2013, my elderly cat, Pepper died (she was 21). She acted like a Ragdoll. She flopped and hung like a Ragdoll, she was even tempered and was what I thought was a Ragdoll, until I began researching Ragdolls.
My son saw the cutest seal point kitten at a shop. A Siamese seal point, or so we were told. The lady at the shop was a little muddled about the breed and only a temporary assistant.
Read about little Freyja a Himalayan-Ragdoll mix kitty.
Washburn, Wash for short, lifted us up in a time of grief and has been a light in our lives. In 2013, we lost our beloved ragdoll Marina
When my daughter Kayse was in college at Auburn University in 2008 she called me all excited about this beautiful kitten she had just gotten.