Daily Ragdoll Photo: Abby’s first pose

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Abby - peekaboo
Abby's watching you

After losing Velcro, my wife was devastated. I was not immune, either. I think Arlo is still in mourning to this day, or he’s just gotten a little older, and less tolerant of being pounced upon. I thought the most cathartic thing to do, would be to get a new kitten.  The cattery that we got Arlo and Velcro from, had two new babies in the house, and had to get out of the business.  Without Belinda knowing, I searched and searched for a special kitten.  I wanted to find a kitten that was very well socialized, and raised in a home environment. I thought it would be a definite plus if the kittens were exposed to well mannered dogs as well.  Of course, the kittens had to be very healthy and vibrant, too.  I hit the jackpot when I found Ragnificent Ragdolls.  I told Wendy, a wonderful lady with a passion for Ragdolls, and one of the nicest people that you would care to meet, about Velcro’s story.  She was moved, and picked the absolute perfect kitten for us. I was impressed with how much she cared about her kittens going to a good home.  This made it very clear that raising awesome Ragdolls was a labor of love, not simply a business.

Abby is the sweetest little cat, with the cutest mannerisms, and lots of Abby-tude, but we’ll cover that in future posts.  She is very gentle, but her favorite game is Monster Under the Blanket.  She started off by bapping anything that moved under a blanket, but lately she’s be given to hiding under a blanket, and bapping anything that moves the blanket. In Abby’s first pose, she is just developing her Abby-tude.

Abby's first pose
Stop pointing that flashy thing at me!

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  1. […] Abby’s interesting markings seem to be a mix of Blue Point Birman, and Tortoise markings.  Abby’s grandfather is Tucker, and she inherits his eyes, and her  mother is a tortie, but I don’t have a picture of her.  I’ll be sure to get one, the next time we visit Ragnificent Ragdolls. In the mean time, here is Ragnificent Ragdolls Cali. […]

  2. […] Abby is a very playful Ragdoll.  She likes to play “monster under the blanket”, where she crawls under the blanket, and swats at anything that moves.  She has a gentle soul, though, so if you get any claw, it is totally by accident.  She really does love feathers, though. Abby came from Ragnificent Ragdolls, and my pictures don’t do her justice.  This picture took place while I was trying to entice her to pose, using the feather toy in my left hand, and trying to shoot one handed, with my right, she snatched the feather toy away from me, and seemed rather pleased with herself. […]

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