My name is Belle. My human, she got me from a very nice family and breeder in Belgium. I have been with her since I was 14 weeks old. I am now well over the age of 2 years old, I will turn 3 next June 2019.
Baxter Baxter Baxter. While every animal I have lived with knew their name, Baxter was madly in love with his. It was his favorite sound, melodious, and filled with love, to him. He was my first cat as an adult, and he was the most beautiful kitten I’d ever seen.
Check out the photos and descriptions to see the fascinating color variety of Ragdoll cats and to learn about the different colors of Ragdoll cats.
My love for Ragdolls began somewhat unknowingly. When I was younger, I was much more of a dog person. But, my childhood friend had ragdoll cats and I remember them being the sweetest things in the world, almost dog like and super affectionate. As I grew up, my love for cats grew and I knew that when I graduated undergrad and moved into my apartment I wanted to get a kitten.
Twelve years ago I think it was love at first sight. When I entered the room he immediately caught my eye with his athletic maneuvers, social behaviors and man was he cute!
See Photos! Throughout their lives, color-pointed cats change their coloration pattern quite a bit. The process of this change is extremely interesting and it is entirely based on genetics.
One day at work I walked by my colleague’s desk and her computer wallpaper had the most gorgeous grey kitten on it. This kitten tore my heart out.
Oliver is 1 year old and is a Seal Point Mitted Ragdoll. He was adopted from Adorable Dolls Ragdolls in Roseville, Ca.
I saw my first ragdoll about 15-20 years ago when as a nurse, I was making a home visit for work. At the time, I had 3 cats and couldn’t add more cats to my household.
Meet Hamish. He has just turned 4 years old and is a big cat for his age. We came across Hamish when we were searching for a Ragdoll cat to buy after we lost our other male ragdoll to cancer.