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Sylvia, a new Floppycats reader, was nearly scammed into “buying” a kitten. I think it’s important to expose this information, so that others can find it.
Hi, my little fella is called Teddy; he’s a seal mitted Ragdoll whose birthday is September 8. I bought him on December 8 December 2011 after losing my beautiful Babycat is the most tragic of ways in May.
Poor Abby, she’s having some technical difficulties with the cat tree.
This one of the gorgeous kittens at Ragnificent Ragdolls. Who could resist something as cute as this?!
Another shot of Ragnificent Ragdolls Kahlua & Cream, playing with one of Taz’ siblings. Gorgeous cats.
This is an archive shot, from the last time I went to visit Wendy, at Ragnificent Ragdolls. These are Kahlua & Cream on the left, and Kit Kat on the right. I wish I could have taken them home with me.
Taz is in the shadow box, ready to pounce. He tends to do that a lot, lately. He’s getting to be a big boy, so when he pounces on you, it doesn’t go unnoticed. We were curious, so we broke out the scales. Taz weighs 8 lbs, and he’s not even 4 months old, yet. He now outweighs all of our pets, except for Arlo. It’s a good thing he is a sweet boy. This is another one from the day we picked him up at Ragnificent Ragdolls.
Taz decided to investigate this funny looking stuff on the bed. He didn’t recognize that other cat, looking back at him. They grow up so fast! He is not fooled by reflections any more. He is busy protecting me from that dangerous mouse, though. What is it about cats and computers…
This is one of Abby’s sisters, or a niece. I love the Birman markings. Abby has those cute little socks, too. With all of the cool cat breeds that went into the Ragdoll, how could they go wrong?