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The Ragdoll cat breed originated in the 1960s when Ann Baker rescued several kittens belonging to a long-haired wild cat called Joséphine. Baker then raised two independent litter kittens: a solid black female called “Buckwheat” and a pointed male called “Daddy Warbucks.”

Using Daddy Warbucks as a stud bred, Baker raised enough kittens to start the Ragdoll breed.

Ragdolls come in an assortment of color patterns. Established colors include blue, seal, lilac, and chocolate. These colors are available in one of the following patterns: mitted, bicolor and pointed.

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Lately, there has been an influx of new colors and patterns emerging in the Ragdoll breed. New colors include red (flame), cream, chocolate, and tortie. The lynx, or striped pattern, is also a more recent trait that has become widespread. Very recently, solid-colored Ragdolls are being bred.

The Ragdoll’s longhair coat is rare for a cat. The fur is soft with the consistency of rabbit hair. It does not go through. Ragdolls are born all white and acquire their colors and patterns as they grow.

The body of a Ragdoll is long, robust, and powerful. These are large cats; the only largest purebred cat is the Maine Coon. Although the Ragdolls are long, they are not tall. Their legs are squat and stout.

Obviously, the Ragdoll is a magnificent animal, but cats are most famous for their sociable and passive personality. Ragdolls have been named after they tended to go limp when held, like a toy ragdoll.

The Ragdolls have been titled “a cat resembling a dog.” They are extremely loyal and dedicated to their owners, often following them around the house from room to room. Many Ragdolls love to walk outside on a leash, and they can be trained to play “fetch.”

This breed is the best family pet. They are very calm with children and normally like to be helped. Ragdolls are generally friendly to other animals in the family.

They have a soft voice and are naturally not noisy animals. However, they have a distinctive tweet noise that they will make while playing – mainly with another animal.

Since the Ragdoll is so passive and lovable, they should only be indoor cats. These cats were not raised to understand self-protection, and if they are left outside alone, they will indeed be injured or taken.

The Ragdoll is also an extremely sociable animal and would not do well if it was isolated for most of the day.

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