Harvey – Ragdoll of the Week

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Harvey
Harvey

I got Harvey from a friend of the family who has owned Ragdoll’s for many years. This was how I was first introduced to the Ragdoll breed. Harvey is now 4 years old, he was born April 28th 2006. He was the only kitten of his colouring in the litter and from the start he was wild. To start with he was pure white and his markings were not completely visible until much later.

The day I brought him home he climbed onto my shoulder and fell asleep, I didn’t want to move because I didn’t want to wake him up. I get the feeling he still thinks he is a kitten and that he can still fit on my shoulder when he comes for cuddles!! Harvey didn’t have a name for the first week he was home. I was out one afternoon shopping in Edinburgh and got the inspiration for his name from my favourite store (Harvey Nichols)!! 

Harvey
Harvey

He is very playful and very very affectionate and loyal, so full of personality and so funny! He hates to be alone and will follow me around every room in the house. He is very gentle with his sister (9 month old French Bulldog puppy) although she is not always so gentle with him!! What I find so adorable is that they will share a bed and fall asleep together.

His favourite thing to do is lie in an empty bath tub and roll around in it. I guess he would get the fright of his life if he ever jumped in to find it full of water.

Harvey
Harvey
Vicki and Harvey
Vicki and Harvey
Vicki and Harvey
Harvey

Comments (3)

  1. This is March 2011. I have been going back to read previous stories about Ragdolls. My first Ragdoll had coloring just like yours…..he was a “flamepoint” ragdoll…..I think they are pretty uncommon because I rarely see pictures of these.
    Your Havey is beautiful, I loved reading your story, thanks.

  2. Oh wow I finally found another flame point. I just got one and was curious if a lot more color was gonna come in. He’s only 12 weeks old and he does show signs on more color. Hes still pretty white. He doesn’t have hair as long as harveys though.

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