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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Our ragdoll Sassy is a good mix of laid back personality and activity. She is extremely gentle with kids and will play a game of tag, or stalk us or run around the house. All with claws not extended. She has endured many fittings of doll clothes rather patiently. She isn’t a lap cat, but will come and sit near you wherever you are. All in all an interesting creature to have around!!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I came across a face that is hard to turn away from! Gizmo has stolen our heats and creates so much laughter in our family! The Ragdoll is a wonderful breed to befriend. Part cat and part dog…this has to be one of his best attributes! He spends his days running around and playing with almost anything hey may come across. From his soccer ball, to his feathers, to a random sticky note on your desk it’s all fair game with him! When it’s time for bed he meow’s to be loved on and then heads for his pillow at the top of the bed. Although not purebred, Gizmo has the best qualities we could have asked for in a new member of our family!

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  • Oct 16, 2008 at 12:00
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    I Love my Ragdoll, Lillie. She’s 10 years now, but I have had her since she was 5 months old. We found each other in a Pet Shelter and she is honestly the sweetest cat when it comes to personality. Ragdolls are an absolute Joy to have in a Family. I have found that they are very inviting to other pets and generally have a very warm nature. I’m so happy to have Lillie, she is so casual but has tons of energy to play, her and my dog love to chase each other.

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  • Oct 16, 2008 at 12:00
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    My Tuki (Hebrew for "Sweetness") was a neighborhood stray that my neighbor trapped for me, since he would watch us but not come close. The vet said he is about a year old. He is the sweetest thing! Loves to be petted and have his belly rubbed. He didn’t even claw me when I bathed him and trimmed the mats out of his fur. His fur was very sparse when I got him, due to malnutrition or the weather maybe, but it’s growing in now and I can’t wait to see him long-haired! He is still very scared of my 3 other cats but I am hoping that one day they will be friends. If he is a good ambassador for the breed, then I’m won over. Ragdolls are for me!

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