Thursday, April 21, 2016

A-Z: Ragdoll



The Ragdoll is named because it goes limp as a rag when it's held. This cat is big and calm and has blue eyes. Males can weigh up to thirty-five pounds. The only health problem of note is heart disease.  It's a great first time cat, friendly and easy to groom. Interested in adopting a Ragdoll? Try your local shelter or rescue or petfinder.com or overstock.com.

I have pre-posted but will be off line for the next few days.  Have a great weekend and hopefully I'll chat with you at your place Monday.




21 comments:

  1. Somehow I thought R would be for Russian Blue. I've never heard of Ragdoll, so I guess that makes it all the more exciting and interesting. I was really impressed with this cat that is incredibly unique. Thanks for the R education!

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  2. BTW, have a wonderful time wherever you are!

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  3. I am pleased you choose Ragdoll for your r cat. They are funny.

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  4. Gorgeous cat. Have a great weekend, hugs, Valerie

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  5. What a characteristic Cat, just adoreable.
    Have a great time.
    Yvonne.

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  6. Oh girl, you have no idea how much I adore cats... <3
    I have only 1, tho.

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  7. Hi, dear Sandra!

    The ragdoll cat is a work of art with that fluffy coat and piercing blue eyes. I would love to own one. I enjoy visiting stores, hotels and restaurants that allow animals inside or have mascot animals roaming about. I would love to visit Queen Matilda at the Algonquin.

    Thank you, dear friend Sandra!

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  8. Love the name of this breed. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. Different name, however what an interesting one.
    Have a nice time then.

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  10. They can sure rag indeed, but can be rather feisty as well

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  11. I always thought my Sidney was part ragdoll. She was such a mellow thing, blue eyes, flamepoint, but not especially big.

    I picked Rabies to spotlight your short story Rainers today.

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  12. I don't often seek out a "bred" cat but the ragdoll could be an exception. They are quite dear!

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  13. I just knew your R cat would be a Ragdoll. I was due to adopt a male adult Ragdoll last month and I was thrilled to bits, but then his owner changed her mind and decided she would keep him after all. I was terribly disappointed.

    Susan A Eames from
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  14. we did knot pree post; but we iz off line til monday two ☺ ...well, we iz off line when we sign off two day... then we iz off line...we think...

    any way....happee week oh end ! ♥♥

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  15. I love them all!

    Happy early weekend :)

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  16. Love Ragdolls! For the longest time that is what I thought I had. Still not sure. Such a pretty kitty breed. :-)

    Stefani | Dreams of Nyssa

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  17. Love the picture of the Queen in your former post. A ragdoll, how sweet, I think, do they want to be held or is this a way of dissuading that? Enjoy your break away from us! LOL

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  18. This is a cute cat, even though they are huge. I love the beautiful blue eyes

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  19. Matilda sure is famous! I want to hold a Ragdoll, they look so cuddly :) I hope you enjoy your weekend!

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  20. What a special cat!! 35 pounds wow! I'm big boned too! LOL! I love Matilda! That is so sweet! Hope you had a great weekend! Hugs!

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