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.
Fresh Paw Prints
Many cats love to step through the snow, leaving a cute set of tiny paw prints in their wake.
A Cool Perch
Cats seem to enjoy sitting amongst the snow and relaxing, letting the wintery blanket cool them off as they watch the next flakes fall.
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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
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
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
This cat has clearly enjoyed their snowy adventures – bringing their own white dusting with them on their coat and face.
Two Largest Cat Breeds – 17 Pound Cats?!
Maine Coon cats and Ragdoll cats are the two most popular large cat breeds in the world. They both have long, beautiful coats and imposing figures, and they are both outstanding cats, but there are some key differences between these two gorgeous cats.
Ragdoll Cats and Their Love for Unconventional Napping Spots: The Sink Edition
Cats in sinks are a common sight for many cat owners and enthusiasts. Enjoy the pictures.
Have you heard about cats splooting?
When cats lay flat on their stomach with their hind legs out, they look adorable. But what is splooting? Can all cats do it? And is it bad for them?
Alarming Moments: Cats Caught in Embarrassing and Compromising Situations
Sometimes you’ll catch your kitty in a compromising pose – as these cats prove.
Does Your Cat Twitch When Being Pet?
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome – sometimes called rippling skin syndrome – is a condition that can affect some cats. It gives them extremely sensitive skin, which can cause them distress, particularly if they are petted in that area.
IT COULD BE MORE SERIOUS THAN A TWITCH
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,