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Ragdoll caterry

Ragdoll Cats  are a large semi-longhair cat breed with soft silky coats and bright blue eyes. Earning the name ‘Ragdoll’ because of their habit of going limp when picked up, Ragdoll cats were once thought to be pain resistant because of their extreme docility and happy demeanor. Often characterized as being ‘dog-like’ because of their relaxed and trusting attitudes, Ragdolls are calm and affectionate lap cats.

Details
Height:
9.0”-11.0" | 23-28 cm
Length:
17.0”-21.0” | 43-53 cm
Weight:
8-20 lb | 4-9 kg
Body: Large, muscular, semi-longhair, soft and silky coat, blue eyes
Color: Seal, chocolate, flame, blue, lilac, cream
Temperament: Lovable, docile, calm

Lifespan:
12-15 years

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Ragdoll Cats

With positive reinforcement, Ragdoll cats learn quickly and can pick up tricks as well as good behaviors such as using a scratching post.

The Ragdoll cat is an all-around best buddy to just about everyone. They love their human families–even children–and will get along with other pets fairly well.

Docile, sweet, and happy to relax for a good cuddle session, the loving Ragdoll will even greet their humans at the door when they come home. If you’re looking for a companion, you can’t find a much better choice than one of these easygoing felines.

See all Ragdoll characteristics below!

ABOUT RAGDOLL

                              HISTORY 

In the family of cat breeds, Ragdolls are among the younger siblings. The cats were first developed by breeder Ann Baker in Riverside, California, in the 1960s. Baker’s foundation stock consisted of Josephine, a domestic longhair whose white coat concealed the genes for either a seal mitted or black tuxedo pattern, and various other longhaired cats of unknown ancestry that she owned or found in her neighborhood.

Baker selected for cats with gentle, placid personalities, large size, and beautiful long coats characterized by a Himalayan pattern, the name for the “points” seen on Siamese-type cats. The result was a cat she called the Ragdoll, for its propensity to flop happily into the arms of anyone who picked it up. Later, Persians, Birmans and Burmese may also have contributed to the Ragdoll’s development.

Baker made many unusual claims about the cats’ development, including alien influence, CIA experiments, and infusions of human genes, but that is all they are: claims, with no basis in fact. Other people had begun breeding Ragdolls as well. They broke away from Baker and formed the Ragdoll Fanciers Club International, with the goal of standardizing the breed and achieving recognition by cat registries.

The Cat Fanciers Association began registering the cats in 1993 and gave them full recognition in 2000. Most registries now recognize the breed, including the American Cat Fanciers Association and The International Cat Association. Ragdolls are not outcrossed to any other breeds.

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                                                      Females usually weigh 10 to 15 pounds, and some males weigh more than 20 pounds.

                                                                                                        
                                                                                                     

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