What Makes A Ragdoll Cat or Kitten Special
Updated: Mar 30
Ragdoll Cats are an amazing breed. They are by far the most outstanding companions in the cat family and even outdo most breeds of dogs in their constant desire to be close to and snuggle with their human companions. Ragdoll Cats are large breed Teddy Bears with ultra-plush and super bunny soft coats and floppy mellow laid back personalities that make them the world’s best snuggle and napping buddies. Ragdoll Kittens are very puppy-like in personality, following you room to room and wanting to be involved in everything going on. As they mature they turn into the elegant lounging and snuggle flopped out lap cats they are so well known for so by a year of age you have your perfect companion. The kitten stage is super fun watching the kitten’s clownish antics batting around little balls and bells or chasing a laser light on the floor.
Ragdoll Cats are unique because they are very intelligent and people focused and extremely easy to train. Ragdolls can easily be trained to play fetch, follow voice commands, stay off certain furniture or out of certain rooms, and quickly learn to use a scratching post exclusively. Ragdolls are also a very healthy hardy breed of cats with almost no health issues and most live to a ripe old age of 16 to 23 years.
Ragdoll Kittens are so much fun. They are bouncy playful and energetic much like normal domestic cats so you get the full enjoyment of the funny kitten stage. Ragdoll Kittens find toys everywhere and are especially fond of chasing laser lights around on the floor, batting around little balls and bells, and running and sliding across wood or tile floors while chasing the toy they are playing with. After a couple months of energetic play alternating with long flopped out kitten naps a Ragdoll Kitten starts to evolve into the amazing floppy mellow and majestic lap cats this breed is so well known for.
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