Ragdoll cats already look like a regal and magnificent breed, but when you catch them with their paws crossed, they look even more majestic. There’s something undeniably captivating about the sight of these magnificent felines exuding a sense of grace and sophistication as they leisurely position their paws. Here’s a look at some gorgeous Ragdolls looking divine with their crossed paws.
No Matter the Setting
A cat looks extremely cute no matter where they’re perched in your home when their paws are crossed over. This kitty proves that – who cares that they’re relaxing next to the bathtub?
Chest Out, Paws Crossed
This kitty cat is sat at attention, and even when low down, they seem to be dominating the room. You almost want to bow to them!
Sometimes, the crossed paws stance is just the comfiest – and we can’t argue that this Ragdoll doesn’t look super-cozy.
We all get jealous when our cats enjoy a comfy nap after a busy morning – don’t deny it. This kitty looks to have fallen asleep in the middle of a yawning stretch – adorable!
Fluff For Days
Ragdoll cats are extremely soft and fluffy, including their front legs. This cat looks like the perfect snuggle buddy with their paws left crossed and dangling.
Not all Ragdoll cats manage to look quite as dignified when they cross their paws – some look like they’re being a little bit too cheeky, just like this cat!
What is this kitty thinking about? They’re clearly pondering the universe’s great mysteries – or wondering when their next snack will be.
The Proper Technique
A cat must follow the proper technique when they wish to relax – stretched in an almost straight line, front paws out in front and crossed ever so delicately.
This cat isn’t stretching but has crossed their paws close to themselves. See – Ragdoll cats are so cuddly that they can’t even resist hugging themselves!
Not Just Front Paws
This cat proves that Ragdolls look cute even when it’s not their front paws they’ve crossed. Sometimes crossing the back legs looks almost as dainty.
A Tangled Mess
Not every Ragdoll cat gets it – the crossed paws look should be civilized. This cat has just managed to tie itself in knots instead. Poor kitty, no doubt causing havoc.
One For Luck
They say to cross your fingers for luck – what could this cat be wishing for? Maybe their favorite dinner?
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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,