Top 10 Ragdoll Cat Pictures with Facts
Ragdoll is a cat breed with blue eyes and a distinct colorpoint coat. It is a large and muscular semi-longhair cat with a soft and silky coat. Developed by American breeder Ann Baker, it is best known for its docile and placid temperament and affectionate nature. -more info at wikipedia
Ragdoll cats tend to be more interested in humans than some breeds of cats. They are known to run to greet you at the door, follow you from room to room, flop on you, sleep with you, and generally choose to be where you are.
Many Ragdolls have been taught to come when called and play fetch. They are gentle cats, and usually play without extending their claws. Ragdolls tend to be floor cats, not jumpers.
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Ragdoll’s semi long coat is plush and silky, and requires minimal grooming to keep it looking its best. They should be combed with a steel comb on a regular basis to find and remove any loose hair or tangles.
Ragdolls are well behaved, and easy to care for – perfect for our modern, busy, lifestyles.
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There are many variations when it comes to this breed’s semi-long fur coats. There are four possible patterns: mitted, van, bicolor and colorpoint. Mitted is when the Ragdoll has completely white paws, which look like mittens. A solid colored body with a darker coloring on the top of the head, ears and tail is the van pattern.
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With proper care and attention. A Ragdoll is no different from any other cat. They can live anywhere between 15-25 years of age.
Ragdolls are fascinated by water. All forms of it hold their interest, but they are especially intrigued by the sound of running water. Be wary about bath or shower time in your house, because it’s more than likely that your Ragdoll will try to join you.
Because of their friendly nature they should never be allowed to go outside without supervision. In their view, each stranger is a friend. The advantage is, of course, that they hardly cause problems with children and other pets. They are grateful for a secured place on the balcony, window sill or even a cat-secured open-air enclosure in the garden.
Ragdoll Cats are currently the most searched cat breed in Google.
Ragdoll loves boxes too!
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