These Cozy Ragdoll Cats Love Laundry Day￼
Have you ever looked at a pile of soft laundry and wished you could just dive in? These cats have – or they’ve just liked the look of an empty basket as a secure place to relax. Here are some cute Ragdoll cats in laundry baskets for you to enjoy.
Warm Laundry, Warm Kitty
This pile of fresh laundry looks like the perfect snooze spot for this chilled-out cat, who is undoubtedly enjoying that warm, just-out-the-dryer feeling.
Room for Two
This laundry basket has plenty of space for clothes – and for two Ragdoll cats as well! They’re loving sharing this comfy basket.
There’s something about enclosed spaces that cats just find comforting – as this cat in a basket proves. Who needs a cat bed when there’s a laundry basket available?
Size Doesn’t Matter
This smaller laundry basket doesn’t put this Ragdoll cat off – they are quite happy sitting inside and looming over the sides.
Ready for a Wash
Is it laundry day? This cat looks like they’re getting prepped for a good wash themselves – but not in the machine, of course!
Laundry baskets are covered in holes to let clothes breathe. These also provide a handy spying spot for cats wanting to watch the world from their safe space.
Shrunk in the Wash?
This adorable kitten looks like they’ve downsized after a wash cycle! Kittens love to explore and will love to poke their heads out of a laundry basket.
How Did They Manage That?
Cats love to hide in all kinds of places, including this deep laundry basket. Let’s hope they have no problem jumping out when bored!
Watching the World Go By
With laundry baskets being such a cozy spot, cats like to lounge in them and see what’s happening around them. A laundry basket near a window is many a cat’s idea of heaven!
Getting into a laundry basket isn’t always easy for cats – often resulting in overturned baskets and cats making the best of the situation.
You know those times when you put your warm, fresh clothes from the dryer in your basket, you blink, and suddenly a cat appears inside? This is what that looks like.
Cats will always look innocent when they’ve snuck into somewhere they’re not supposed to be – and how could you stay mad? The laundry may have to wait another day when the basket isn’t occupied!
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These Cozy Ragdoll Cats Love Laundry Day first appeared on Floppycats.
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,