Do you know what Ragdoll cats are called? Ragdolls have an unusual name because these cats relax and limp when hugged. This is just one of the characteristics of these beautiful and social cats. Here’s some more information about Ragdolls you might want to know if you’re considering adopting one!

Ragdolls colors
Ragdolls have a very unique appearance, with bright blue eyes, a semi-long coat, and a fairly large body. Their typical coloration is a light body with a darker coat on the face, ears, tail, and legs. Ragdolls come in three different shapes:

Colorpoint
Central
Bicolor (Van, True, Mid High White, High Mitted)
The silky coat of the Ragdolls is shorter on the face, blends with a collar around the neck, get shorter again on the body, and ends with a feathered tail. Their coat can have different colors:

  • Stamp
  • Blue
  • Lila
  • Chocolate
  • Cream
  • Tortuga
  • Mink
  • Solid
  • Red or Flame

Distinctions between the purity of certain colors or patterns are only important if you want a Ragdoll for your display ring. Otherwise, all these cats have the same sweet and affectionate personality, no matter what color.

Ragdolls can be excellent to show cats or simply excellent companions. They are beautiful, docile, and well adapted to family life.

The size and conformation of breed cats
Ragdolls continue to grow and the coloring of their fur continues to develop until they are about three or four years old. Female Ragdolls typically weigh about 10 to 15 pounds, and males can weigh over 20 pounds – they are among the largest domestic cats!

According to the Cat Fan Association standard, Ragdolls eligible for the show must have a large, modified wedge-shaped head with a slightly rounded muzzle. Their eyes are oval and bright blue, and their medium-sized ears should be tilted forward and rounded at the tip. Its body is massive and heavy, and its hind legs are longer than the front ones. Its legs are round with tufts of hair and its tail should be completely covered with hair.

The personality of the Ragdoll Cats
As mentioned above, Ragdolls are known to relax in the arms of someone holding them, even when they are held on their back like a baby. They have a love for their owners that is normally associated with dogs, and they like to greet them at the door, follow them around the house, and hug them when they sit down.

Although Ragdolls are known for their docility, that doesn’t mean they don’t like to play. Ragdolls enjoy participating in family activities and playing with a variety of puzzles and toys. Some owners have even managed to train them to “look for” toys. They learn quickly and respond well to praise and treats, so they can learn a lot of tricks or be trained to exhibit good behavior and discourage unwanted behavior.

Ragdolls are good pets for families with children because they are very social, yet relaxed. They rarely extend their claws when playing and will tolerate activities such as dressing up or playing “house” with a child! Ragdolls generally get along well with dogs, although introductions to children and other pets should be considered and controlled. Teach children how to properly hold a Ragdoll (one arm under the front legs and the other holding the back legs), and give the animals time to get used to each other before showing them around the house together.

Where to find a Ragdoll cat for sale
There are several places where you can buy a Ragdoll cat:

  • Rescue organizations
  • Breeders
  • Websites like Craigslist or Petfinder

In all these places, it is important to ask the right questions to make sure you get a healthy cat with all the necessary documentation. The price of a Ragdoll cat can vary depending on where the cat is purchased and the costs that the previous breeder or owner has already covered (such as vaccinations or other visits to the vet).

Ragdolls can be excellent to show cats or simply excellent companions. They are beautiful, docile, and well adapted to family life. To bring a Ragdoll cat into your home, call a breeder or organization to ask about available Ragdolls and make an appointment!

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