I fell in love with this soft ball of fur back in November of 2009 when we went to pick out a kitten from a Ragdoll breeder here in our home state. I always knew the Ragdoll breed was the one for me with those big blue eyes that melt your heart!
I found not one, but TWO Ragdoll sisters in southern California. Their human mom had passed away at 86, and they were with a wonderful couple who were fostering them, along with many other cats. Their foster parents personally delivered them to our door in the Santa Barbara, California area last May.
Rufus…what can I say. After your Rags soulmate article, I became more interested in letting you know you are not alone in your soulmated-ness with your furbaby. Rufus was maybe not born into being mine, but has definitely grown into the role, as have I.
Mingo is my beautiful mink colored Ragdoll boy. He has a gorgeous brown and white coat and big beautiful turquoise colored eyes.
I had become obsessed with rag doll cats around that time & had been learning everything I could about them online. After a quick call to the breeder we drove over to see the kittens.
My little girl Kiki turned one year old on February 22, 2018! Kiki came from Kikisrags Cattery in Batavia, Ohio – Tracey L Thebout, breeder. Kiki and her half-brother Raggs’ dad is Cash.
Puff is a one and half years old, Blue Point Ragdoll and was born July 2016. When Puff turned one, I had a cat birthday party for him and it was so much fun!
I would like to introduce you to Melbourne. He is our Seal Mitted baby. He was born March 2nd 2017 and we brought him into our home on June 2, 2017, where he has stolen our hearts and healed them as well.
We welcomed Coby home in August 2016, she was born in June. She is a seal-mitted beauty and came from Marilyn at Ragalong Ragdolls, Briar Glen farm on Vancouver Island, arriving by float plane with two other kittens – she’s the fluffiest on the left in the photo of the crate.