I actually got my ragdoll from my next door neighbor. The cat was left in her basement by some people who lived there for a short time and just moved out one day. My neighbor didn’t like cats so she gave her to me.When I got her at age two, her name was FEEFEE and she was loaded with fleas. They were so bad you could asee them run across the top of her head! I immediately got her the groomer and we got rid of those nasty fleas.
I always liked cats and have had a yellow plain cat for years but she is not a lap cat. I’m getting older and wanted to have a large lap cat, so I bought a Maine Coon 8 month old female. She is a great cat nice but not a good lap cat. My wife decided for father’s day to get me a Ragdoll, I knew nothing about this until it happened. She found him in the newspaper. Along came little Wally an 8-week old ball of fur.
We decided it was time to add another pet to our family. After loads of research on the internet and in books, my daughter and I decided on the Ragdoll breed. We then had to research local breeders and convince my husband (not too hard when he saw the photo of our baby).
Meet Trigg, a Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll cat – see his photos, read about him and watch Ragdoll cat videos that include him. He is adopted from Lora Tesh of Soulmate Ragdolls in Salisbury, NC.
Meet Skyy, a Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll cat.
Floppycats.com’s Ragdoll Gift Page–You will find everything on this page from Ragdoll Calendars to Ragdoll Cat Angel Figurines as well as Ragdoll Cat Art, Ragdoll Cat Cookie Jar, Ragdoll Cat Earrings
Follow the progression of a seal lynx point mitted Ragdoll (from kitten to the age of 2) through our ragdoll cat pic page.
Looking for Ragdoll Cat Breeds? Look no further than Floppycats.com – your answer for Ragdoll cat breed info.
Learn more about the Ragdoll Cat.
Harlows Third Month: See photos of Harlow’s Third Month in Kansas City