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Ann Baker developed the Ragdoll breed in California many years ago.  These blue-eyed cats have pointed markings, which means that their face, ears, legs and tail are darker than the rest of their body. 

Ragdolls are particularly gentle, quiet and good natured. They melt into your arms when picked up.  Each comes with their own personality, likes and dislikes, and with different needs for affection.  Some like to curl up in your lap, while others will sit by your feet or nearby.

While they need little grooming, their coat is soft and silky, much like a bunny.  Ragdoll cats shed much less than other breeds.  Their fur is hypoallergenic for most people.  Male kittens may reach 15 lbs by their second or third year, while female kittens are slightly smaller at maturity.


About the
Ragdoll Breed
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