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General Description

The ragdoll is a very laid back cat with no extreme features. They can gets along well with children and other pets, including dogs. The Ragdoll is an affectionate and intelligent cat, giving the impression of graceful movement and subdued power, striking in appearance. They are a medium to large, moderately longhaired with captivating blue-eyed pointed cat. Slow maturing, reaching full coat and color at four years of age.


The Ragdoll breed was first developed in the 1960s by Ann Baker, a breeder from California. It is believed that the foundation cats for the breed were a white mitted longhaired female named Josephine and a black and white bicolor male named Daddy Warbucks. Ann Baker is credited with naming the breed "Ragdoll" due to their tendency to go limp with pleasure when held. Since then, the breed has become popular in the United States and throughout the world.


Ragdolls have a reputation for being the perfect companion cat. They are known for their docile and relaxed personalities, and their affectionate nature. Ragdolls are often described as being “puppy-like” with their people-oriented behavior and their love of cuddles and snuggles. They have a laid-back temperament and enjoy being around people, making them the ideal pet for families or individuals looking for a gentle and loving companion. Ragdolls are known for being gentle and playful, and they love to be around people of all ages. They are also intelligent and can learn tricks, making them an ideal pet for families with children.


Ragdolls are a breed of cat known for their large size and relaxed, affectionate personalities. Ragdolls have a breed standard that calls for a medium to large body size and semi-long fur. The fur should be silky and without an undercoat, and come in a variety of colors and patterns. Color options include seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream, and other variations. Patterns include mitted, bicolor, van, colorpoint, and tortie. Ragdolls should have large, blue eyes and ears that tilt slightly forward.

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