Did you know that Ragdoll cats are the most sought after
their personalities? I will list 7 characteristics
which makes the Ragdoll cat a pleasure to own.
If you’ve ever wondered if a Ragdoll cat is for you,
then these points may clear it up for you. At number 1…
1. They become limp when held.
This is actually a bit of a myth. Not all Ragdolls
cats become limp when held. However, most people do. They are one
very relaxed cat breed, and most love to be held. It settles
them apart from many other races.
2. The breed is human-oriented.
Ragdoll cats become very attached to their owners. Of nature
they are a very social animal and love interaction
with the people around them. If you don’t like a cat
hovering around a Ragdoll cat may not be the cat for you.
3. As a breed, they are calm but love to play.
The breed retains a lot of kittens in them when they grow up.
Overall, they are a calm cat, but if you put a toy in front
of them beware! There is nothing more fun than seeing one
cat kicks a ball around the house. The good news is that they
won’t be difficult while they do it. Gentleness is a part
of the race.
4. They adapt well to living in small spaces.
A Ragdoll cat is perfect for a small apartment, and for so long
because you don’t introduce them to the great outdoors, they will
stay inside willingly. It’s part of their relaxed nature to
adapt easily to living in an apartment.
5. You can train a Ragdoll cat to do tricks.
You’ve heard the saying that dogs have masters and cats have
staff? They are one of the few breeds that will put it aside and allow you to
teach them tricks. They are an intelligent race and all that
Take a little encouragement and you’re good to go.
They will pick up toys, pick up and shake hands, among other things
the things. You can have hours of pleasure teaching your cat
6. They are not destructive in the home.
Most cats prefer to climb, jump on surfaces and generally
get into tight spaces. Not so, the Ragdoll cat. They are one
of the few breeds that actually prefer floor level to
jumps onto the kitchen counter. This makes them ideal if
you have a lot of cracks.
7. Their plush coat does not require excessive grooming.
Despite their long fur, they are a cat that doesn’t have it
require you to brush them every other day. One of
characteristic of the breed is that the fur is not matted
light, and is so nice and light that it doesn’t tend to be
caught in the fibers of furniture, rather. This is yet
another reason they make a great indoor cat.
If you are thinking of getting a Ragdoll cat, these are
7 good reasons to take a closer look at the breed. Just
remember that every cat is an individual, and not all of them
property will apply.