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Old December 1st 03, 10:54 PM
Mary
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Default Anybody have a Ragdoll kitty?

Upon reflection, it occurred to me that my neighbor's new cat might be
a Ragdoll, because it goes limp when picked up and just sort of drapes
over you. I did a Google image search, and there she was!

Am I correct in recalling that Ragdolls have soft, thick fur, large
frames, gentle dispositions, and "Siamese-type" coloring? I do
remember that they are bred for that "going limp" characteristic.


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Old December 2nd 03, 04:52 PM
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Mary" wrote in message
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Upon reflection, it occurred to me that my neighbor's new cat might be
a Ragdoll, because it goes limp when picked up and just sort of drapes
over you. I did a Google image search, and there she was!

Am I correct in recalling that Ragdolls have soft, thick fur, large
frames, gentle dispositions, and "Siamese-type" coloring? I do
remember that they are bred for that "going limp" characteristic.



yes I have Ragdolls, I hope your neighbour doesn't let hers out!!!!!!!

Check out the link below to see mine
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Luv'n'Stuff
*~*SooZy*~*
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragmoor 3/4 Ragdoll Kittens all sold
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk my Ragdoll cats



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Old December 2nd 03, 04:52 PM
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Mary" wrote in message
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Upon reflection, it occurred to me that my neighbor's new cat might be
a Ragdoll, because it goes limp when picked up and just sort of drapes
over you. I did a Google image search, and there she was!

Am I correct in recalling that Ragdolls have soft, thick fur, large
frames, gentle dispositions, and "Siamese-type" coloring? I do
remember that they are bred for that "going limp" characteristic.



yes I have Ragdolls, I hope your neighbour doesn't let hers out!!!!!!!

Check out the link below to see mine
--
Luv'n'Stuff
*~*SooZy*~*
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragmoor 3/4 Ragdoll Kittens all sold
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk my Ragdoll cats



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Old December 2nd 03, 05:04 PM
Mary
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"~*SooZy*~" wrote in message
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yes I have Ragdolls, I hope your neighbour doesn't let hers

out!!!!!!!

Oh god, no, the cruel ******* who dumped the cat had her declawed.
:-( And, we live on a busy street.

Check out the link below to see mine
--
Luv'n'Stuff
*~*SooZy*~*
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragmoor 3/4 Ragdoll Kittens

all sold
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk my Ragdoll cats


Gorgeous!





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Old December 2nd 03, 05:04 PM
Mary
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"~*SooZy*~" wrote in message
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yes I have Ragdolls, I hope your neighbour doesn't let hers

out!!!!!!!

Oh god, no, the cruel ******* who dumped the cat had her declawed.
:-( And, we live on a busy street.

Check out the link below to see mine
--
Luv'n'Stuff
*~*SooZy*~*
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragmoor 3/4 Ragdoll Kittens

all sold
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk my Ragdoll cats


Gorgeous!





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Old December 2nd 03, 05:09 PM
Mary
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"~*SooZy*~" wrote in message
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Check out the link below to see mine

--
Luv'n'Stuff
*~*SooZy*~*
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragmoor 3/4 Ragdoll Kittens

all sold
http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk my Ragdoll cats


Your adult ragdolls all look like this cat would if it had some TLC
and filled out some. Their fur is unique, isn't it? Very thick and
fuzzy but not very long? I think perhaps the neighbor's cat is a mix
because of her spatter "cookies and cream" markings and her very round
head and high forehead. Thank you.






 




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