Maybe you are the type of person who already has a thousand cat names in mind but doesn’t know which one to choose, or maybe you don’t have any clue what to name your cat—either way, you now have task of choosing a name that will reflect your cat’s particular personality.
Meet my beautiful boy, Jaspurr, a member of the Australian branch of the Ragdoll cat tree! We live on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales close to the Pacific Ocean.
Floppycats.com wants to know your ragdolls story.
Discover some great Ragdoll names and things to consider when naming your furry feline.
Schumann, the seal mitted, is a vocal one, meowed non-stop in the car ride to Long Beach airport. Sky, the seal lynx, sweet looking and, unlike Schumann, just enjoyed the car ride.
I rarely call my cats by their given names. Some people have told me that it is really weird that I don’t.
If you would like to submit your kitty as the Ragdoll of the Week, please send at least a 500-word story (the story can incorporate the answers to the questions below) as well as 3-8 images of your kitty (appropriate to the story makes it more fun!) to jenny [at] floppycats.com!
See Photos of Tortie Ragdolls – Mitted, Colorpoint, Bicolor & Lynx.
A cat by any other name is still a cat. Wait, that should be a rose, but you understand what I mean. So, how do you choose a name?
I received my ragdoll, Calvin, in October 2009 for my birthday! His birthday is July 23, 2009. I got him from a breeder, Soulmate Ragdolls, in Salisbury, NC.(