All About The Ragdoll! 10 Facts You Should Know

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They are sweet, loyal and one of the most popular felines around. Here are 10 Facts you should know about the Ragdoll.
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In The Beginning

Ragdolls were created in 1963 in Riverside, California. The large kitty and long coat gained in popularity.
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Why Are They Called Ragdolls?

They go limp when you pick them up. They love to be held and cuddled.
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A Big Kitty

A male Ragdoll can weigh up 20 lbs while feamles can weigh 15 lbs.
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Them eyes!

Known for their blue eyes, some Ragolls don’t have them. Some have gold eyes or green.
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Variety Is The Spice Of Life

There are several variations of Ragdoll coats. They can be lilac, red, blue, chocolate, cream or seal. Most have a lighter body comined with a dark face, legs and ears.
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Lap It Up

These cats love to snuggle. They aren’t ones to explore, they prefer to stay right by your side.
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Love Water!

Ragdolls are one of the few kitties that love water. In fact, they love running water. Turn on the tap or shower and watch them go!
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Fearless!

Ragolls are fearless. They also have a pretty high threshold for pain.
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Resident Cat

Since the 1930’s, The Algonquin Hotel in NYC has had a resident cat. It’s current cat, Matilda is a Ragdoll.
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Great Family Pet

Ragdolls calm personality makes them a cinch for families with kids. They also get along with dogs and other cats.
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