Cheeky Ragdoll Cats Showing Their Tongues
There are few cuter photos that a Ragdoll cat sticking out their tongue! These cats are absolutely adorable, whether licking their lips, yawning, or just posing. Here are some fun-packed photos of Ragdoll cats with their tongues out.
Where’s My Nose?
Cats will often use their tongue to lick around their face. This cat looks concerned that they’ve lost their nose and just wants to make sure it hasn’t disappeared!
A Tiny Peek
This adorable photo shows a tiny peek of a tongue poking out of the cat’s mouth. A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it opportunity to snap such a cute Ragdoll pic.
Dreaming of Food?
This cat looks like they’re having a great sleep, potentially dreaming about some tasty snack it thinks it’s tasting with its tongue.
Cats spend a lot of time grooming themselves with their tongue. This kitty looks to be working hard at making sure they stay presentable.
That Was Yummy
After a tasty meal, Ragdoll cats will make sure they’ve captured every morsel from around their mouths, exploring with the tongue to lap up every last bit.
Aww, this kitty looks super tired and is enjoying a massive yawn, with their tongue flung out for the ultimate stretch.
Lapping Up the Attention
This cute Ragdoll cat is enjoying the flowing water from the tap. It looks positively regal as it enjoys a cool and refreshing drink on its tongue.
A Cheeky Pose
Sometimes it seems like cats know you’re taking a photo, and it’ll put a cheeky look on its face, just like this cat with its tongue sticking ever so slightly out.
Who knows what’s going through the mind of this cat – they look a little bit shocked as they’re licking their lips. Have they just found a part of their lunch they didn’t know they’d missed?
Just Hanging Out
Rock on, kitty – this Ragdoll cat looks like it’s relaxing and doesn’t care what you think about its tongue hanging low.
Big Lion Roar
All cats share some traits, and this kitty seems to think it’s a much bigger cat at heart – it almost looks to be roaring proudly with its tongue flapping in the sound.
We all have that photo of us in an embarrassing pose, just like this kitty – sat upright, legs high, tongue stuck out. They still look adorable, though!
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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,