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.
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.
Do you know how Ragdoll cats got their name? Click here to learn this and more fun Ragdoll cat facts!
When I was in my early 20s, my parents moved into a house and put in a pool. I had always been curious if Rags could swim like the dogs. But I never had the opportunity to put him in anything – so I never tried it. Until! my parents got a pool.
The origins of Ragdoll cat breeding are a bit nontraditional, with the first Ragdoll breeder, Ann Baker, turning away from traditional cat breeding associations to set up her own registry, the international Ragdoll Cat Association (IRCA), in 1971.
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Learn from Ragdoll cat owners if Ragdoll cats are truly floppy cats.
Hi i got my baby boy Theodore (Theo) about 6 months ago i always wanted a ragdoll
Read the Ragdoll cat breed description as well as links to a lot of Ragdoll cat information as well was Ragdoll cats pics and more. Floppycats unites Ragdoll cat lovers worldwide.
Figuring out which cat name is appropriate for your kitty can be difficult. Here are a list of names that might help.