On August 13th 2022 we welcomed our third Ragdoll kitten to our family. Meet Olivia, our 5-month old seal bicolor lynx born May 18, 2022. She joins her 4-year old (bday 10/29/19) Ragdoll sibling bothers, Elijah and Zacharia.
They are from the same breeder and share the same father, so they are truly related. We are 3 time pet parents of Willetteragdol. Bette and Rick Willette are awesome, caring breeders and I highly recommend them. They have a very long waiting list, but are definitely worth the wait. I promise you will not be disappointed.
As expected, she is the sweetest most awesome kitten. She and her brothers have acclimated to each other in short order. Our breeder advised us in introducing them every step of the way. Olivia is best buddies with her brother Zak. She loves her brother Eli as well, but her “person” is Zak for sure. They are like 2 crazies together.
We think she is going to be a big girl. She is already +6 pounds. She LOVES to eat and she steals treats from her big brothers every chance she gets. She is somewhat of a tomboy and takes no guff from her brothers. In fact, she is usually the instigator in terrorizing the village.
When her brothers want to sleep, she’s not having it! She wants to play all the time. We must supervise play as she and her brothers can get a little rambunctious at times. She is just a baby and her brothers forget they are twice her size (and so does she).
She has only met one “hooman” outside of the immediate household to date. She was a little unsure at first. After a little bit, she warmed up to this “hooman” pretty quickly.
She likes all her toys. We’re not sure that she has figured out the toys must be shared LOL! Some of her favorites are her spring-like toys, her little purple stick, and interactive wand toys because all the fur babies can play together.
She seems to prefer small ball like objects that she can carry around in her mouth which she can fling and drop into whatever room she likes. Some of her other favs are little foam soccer balls, her mouse mat, her red and purple furry balls, and her butterfly electronic toy. I think her favorite thing to do requires no toy. We often catch her stalking and pouncing on her brothers! She’s a crazy girl!
We have a very sturdy cat tree that they can leap upon while attacking their toys (prey) or each other. There are also several smaller trees and scratching posts around the house. All my cats seem to prefer our furniture though!
I could go on and on with stories about her and her brother’s antics, but I’d be writing a small novel. If you are looking for a special cat, consider adopting one (or 2 or 3) of your own. We love our babies and we hope and pray for many years of companionship.