As many of you know, my love for Ragdolls started with a kitty named Halston. He was a Seal Mitted Ragdoll with a blaze from Ragnarok Cattery in California.As many of you know, my love for Ragdolls started with a kitty named Halston. He was a Seal Mitted Ragdoll with a blaze from Ragnarok Cattery in California.
I was visiting my sister in NY and became enchanted by her adorable Ragdoll kitten, Lilly. We visited my sister’s friend who had Lilly’s sister, Penny, another beautiful Ragdoll, a large, sweet lap sitter. My sister and niece encouraged me to get a kitten, and so I considered it.
Basil is our first Ragdoll. We are absolutely delighted with the little lad. I have been owned by Siamese for the last 40 years here in Australia and in the UK.
This is one of the first shots done with strobe lighting. I really like the way her eyes pop. It is amazing what having sufficient light can do for saturation. She’s such a sweet little cat, putting up with me using her as a subject for all sorts of photographic experiments. At first, her asymmetrical markings put me off. They really grow on you, kind of like a beauty mark. I’m not sure what the official classification of her markings would be. She has blue points, white socks, and some tortie, asymmetrical markings. We know that she is pure Ragdoll, but she does seem to show some Birman heritage. Sweet little cat…
Sunny was born on August 11th, 2006 in Omaha, Nebraska at his breeder’s home.
In 2005, we lost our Maine Coon cat, Toonces, to poor health and old age. We were heartbroken, and we were seeking out another breed of cat to fill our hearts and our home. We went to a local cat show in Des Moines, Iowa. There we found a breed of cat that we instantly fell in love with Ragdoll cats.
Tobias, the Bi-colour Blue Ragdoll, is quite the character in our home
Meet Trigg, a Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll. New member of the Floppycats.com family.
Meet Skyy, a Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll cat.
Meet Sir Raggs, a blue point Ragdoll of the mitted variety and read about his rescue story.