I love Ragdoll cats. I have one. This one isn’t him but this cute little kitty is so adorable I just had to post it. Personally I think Ragdolls are the cutest of all cats. And not just cause I have one. Although, if I had a differing opinion I think my Ragdoll might take offense.
It’s funny how Ragdolls got their name. According to Wiki, the name was derived from one of the original Ragdolls ever bred. That particular cat had a tendency to go limp when picked up.
My Ragdoll does NOT go limp when I pick him up. Oh no. In fact he’ll scratch and bite until I let him down.
If you’re looking to get a new kitten, Ragdolls make choice perfect choice. But do some homework before going out and getting one. You want to be prepared for what you’re about to get into. Here are some books of Ragdolls both in paperback and Kindle version that may help you. If you don’t have a Kindle but have always wanted one, now makes the perfect time to get one. Shop Kindle
Authors and Ragdoll cat breeders Gary Strobel and Susan Nelson wrote “Guide to Owning Ragdoll Cat”, a book full of a wealth of information on Ragdoll cats. Their website, Ragmeister.org, should be the first place you go if you’re thinking of becoming a part of the Ragdoll family. They’re experts when it comes to this particular breed and have a genuine love for these cats.
So whether you’re just looking for cute Ragdoll cat pics to adore, or you’re actually thinking of adopting you’re own bundle of Ragdoll fluffiness, I hope you take some time, do your homework, and make sure you’re ready to commit to these awesom cats. I have and I’ve never looked back. I am now and forever will be a friend of the Ragdoll.