If you subscribe to our Ragdoll cat YouTube channel, then you probably already saw this video of Chiggy – but it is getting a lot of engagement because people are liking it so much. Therefore, I thought I would share it on the blog for readers to enjoy!
Check out our interview with Cat Behaviorist Ingrid Johnson of Fundamentally Feline where we talk about the most common cat behavior issues she encounters, solutions for them, as well as declawing and The Paw Project.
As with most questions like these, “Can I give my cat ice cream?” falls under the category of “Sure, but should you?” The general consensus is, “NO.” But some vets say it’s fine.
Check out what our Ragdoll cat owner community has to say about a Ragdoll cat peeing on a dining table rug, instant pot cat food and owners disappointed their cats aren’t lap cats.
When it comes to Ragdoll cat pictures, you’ve gotta include some of Ragdoll cats in boxes. Thanks to all the Floppycats readers that contributed photos of their kitties for this post.
You know what I am talking about – where they leave their mouth slightly open and then sort of daze off for a second and then lick their nose and close their mouth again?
Integrating an adult/senior cat into a new home requires a whole different set of techniques from integrating a kitty. Learn how to approach it here.
Before Animal Planet’s “My Cat from Hell” there was a show, “Psycho Kitty” with cat behaviorist Pam Johnson-Bennett. Watch the first season now!
A reader wrote in asking, Why Does My Cat Put Toys in His Food Bowl? – read our fun reader replies!
Ragdolls were originally bred for the quality of going limp in someone’s arms when they are picked up—just like a cloth doll. Read more here.