Ragdoll cats absolutely love boxes. You could buy them a new toy, and they might be more entertained by the box it came in. Here’s a look at some cute Ragdoll cats in boxes. Get ready for an overload of cuteness and a reminder that sometimes the greatest joys can be found in the most unexpected places.
Big Cat, Small Box
Cats don’t need to be able to fit entirely in a box to be happy. This large cat is quite content being sat in a smaller box.
Don’t Interrupt Me
Cats love playtime in boxes – and may not be too pleased if you interrupt. This grumpy-looking figure just wants to enjoy their box in peace!
Ragdoll cats have a great time squeezing into tight spaces, even if the box is only big enough for their head! This cat refuses to give up.
A box is the perfect spot for a nap. This cute kitty is definitely feeling snug as they relax and doze for the day.
Who’s there? A box is an ideal place for a cat looking to pounce or just pop their head out to say hello.
You’d be surprised at the spaces cats can fit into. This kitty looks at home in a box that seems very small for their size.
The only thing better than a box is a box with a lid or flaps. Ragdolls kitties love to hide away and peek through small gaps.
Twice the Fun
Who says that a cat has to enjoy a box alone? The most enormous boxes have more than enough room for two Ragdolls to share.
Caught in the Act
Cats can sometimes act a bit sneaky and may think they’re up to no good jumping inside a box. This ‘deer-in-the-headlights’ look when you find them is adorable, though!
Any Shape and Size Will Do
A box doesn’t need to be super-roomy or super-cozy – and size or shape will do, even if it’s a shallow cardboard tray that’s just fun to sit in.
What’s this exciting new thing to play with? This Ragdoll cat is intrigued and is on a mission to learn more about this box.
Convenient Carry Cat
A cat in a box with handles? How convenient – they’re now your portable friend! Just be careful if you do actually lift up the box – it’s a lot less fun if it gives way due to your kitty’s weight.
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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,