Arlo was feeling left out. He’s a Ragdoll, too. This is an older picture, but I like the tones. More on this when we do a series on techniques for photographing pets.
Abby and Taz love feather toys, or string, but Arlo prefers the whole bird. I was using the little Tux penguin to figure out exposure and light position, when Arlo came to investigate.
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.
Both Abby and Taz have the brilliant blue eyes, like Ragnificent Ragdolls Tucker. This will only make sense to the Sci-Fi fans out there, but they have the bluer than blue “Dune” eyes.
Abby is proud to present her gorgeous mother, Ragnificent Ragdolls – Pixie Stix.
Velcro was a special cat. She started out as the “runt” of the litter, but quickly made up for it.
Arlo is a big floppy Ragdoll, and he does an excellent cat loaf.
Velcro was very attached to my wife, but she was a little large to be a lap cat. Her favorite thing to do was to lay on the back of the couch, and rest herself on my wife’s head, becoming a large and fluffy cat hat.
Follow the progression of a seal lynx point mitted Ragdoll (from kitten to the age of 2) through our ragdoll cat pic page.
Meet Floppy Cats – Adult Ragdoll Cats from different breeders and different parts of the world, but also cats that I know that just act floppy. See Adult Ragdoll Cat Pictures as well.