Ragdoll Cats and Snow – See How These Beautiful Cats Love to Frolic When the First Flake Falls!

Is there anything cuter than a Ragdoll cat enjoying the safe space of its own garden? Yes – when the space is coated in a fresh white blanket of snow. These cats love to explore the crunching sensation of a winter wonderland. Their fluffy coats and playful antics make for a heartwarming sight, as they pounce through the snow, leaving behind a trail of delicate paw prints that tell a story of curiosity and joy.

Fresh Paw Prints

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Many cats love to step through the snow, leaving a cute set of tiny paw prints in their wake.

A Cool Perch

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Cats seem to enjoy sitting amongst the snow and relaxing, letting the wintery blanket cool them off as they watch the next flakes fall.

Tentative Exploration

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This cat seems to be a little unsure of what’s happening – and is being very careful before taking its first steps amongst the crisp white covering.

Sticking Together

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If a cat isn’t sure of what snow is, they’re going to stick with their brothers or sisters until they’ve got the measure of whether it’s safe to go exploring.

Camouflaged Kitty

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White and cream kitties blend into the snow beautifully, often leaving just a dark face mask poking out of the flurry.

Kitty on a Leash

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Some pet owners like to take their cat on a walk to enjoy the snow beyond their gardens. This leashed kitty seems to be enjoying the cold and crisp walk along snow-lined sidewalks.

Careful Steps

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Cats are very careful creatures – they usually look before they leap, and this cat is testing out whether it’s even safe to step onto the white sheet.

On The Hunt

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A good hiding place for stalking is always popular with cats – so being able to prowl amongst the deeper snow lets them get close to their prey.

Caught Sneaking

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This cat looks like they’ve been caught red-pawed as they sneak out amongst the snowy white backdrop. Maybe they weren’t sure they had permission to venture out.

Surveying the Scene

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Many cats love to sit up high and survey the world around them – even if that world is just a fresh white canvas thanks to the deep snowfall.

Cozy and Calm

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Cats can be playful amongst the snow, but they can also find it a calm and soothing environment. The stillness of snowfall can be very relaxing for some kitties.

A Gentle Dusting

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This cat has clearly enjoyed their snowy adventures – bringing their own white dusting with them on their coat and face.

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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,

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