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Ragdoll Cat Behavior/Personality/feeding


History
A group of cat breeders developed the Ragdoll cats in California in the 1960s. A white female longhaired cat with Siamese markings was breed to other longhaired cats with Siamese markings. These cats were then selected and breed with the look they wanted to achieve. Some of the breeders then registered the Ragdoll cats with the cat association. These cats were previously referred to as Cherubim. It is possible that the Ragdoll cats may have some link with the Birman and Burmese cats.

Color
The Ragdoll cats come in a variety of colors. color combinations and patterns. The Ragdoll cats are all pointed. The point colors can be smoke. shaded. solid. lynx or tortoiseshell lynx. These point colors can be blue. seal. chocolate. lilac. red. cream. blue-cream. lilac-cream. seal tortoiseshell. chocolate tortoiseshell. seal-tortoiseshell lynx. chocolate-tortoiseshell lynx. blue-cream lynx and lilac cream lynx. The points may also have van pattern or bi-color pattern.

Ragdoll is a long, large, powerful and muscular cat. They have long hairs with silky, plush, nomatting fur. They have large and expressive eyes, which are oval blue in color. Ragdolls come in four colors: seal, chocolate, blue and lilac. Their body is body is light-colored, with darker Siamese-type points on face, legs, ears and tail. They are slow to mature and take between three to four years to reach full maturity.

Ragdolls are docile, affectionate, intelligent and mild mannered cats. They are playful but not overactive. They adapt easily to their environment. Ragdolls are people-oriented cats and are very attached to their humans. They get along well with children and other pets. They can be trained easily. Ragdolls are famous for their fascination for food.

Ragdolls are affectionate cats that are very interested in people. Many like to greet their owners when they arrive home, follow them from one room to another, and sleep in their beds with them. Many ragdolls can be taught to come when they are called and some even learn to play fetch. They usually choose one particular human as their favourite, though they tend to be affectionate toward many different people. Most get along well with children and dogs.

   
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