This is one of our beautiful girls when she was a kitten before a breeder. Look at all that Fluff Violet's kittens look like this too!
The Ragdoll breed was introduced in the early 1960’s by Ann Baker in California by combining the best of three known breeds – Persians, Bermans, and Burmese – she developed what was to become a new breed known for going limp in your arms like a child’s ragdoll.
Ragdoll Kitten Personality:
Ragdolls have been called “the dog of the cat world”. They are not like typically felines that can often be finicky and independent. Rather they prefer to be around people and will follow you around the house and even run to the door when the doorbell rings.
They are very laid back and docile. They do not like to be left alone for over 24 hours so if you are gone from home a lot then a ragdoll kitten/cat is probably not a good choice for you.
In fact, Ragdolls are so docile towards humans and other animals that are INDOOR CATS ONLY! They do not possess the natural feline instinct to protect themselves.
Ragdoll Kitten Physical Traits:
They are large-boned and are considered semi-longhaired and their fur is soft like a bunny rabbits. Their fur does not matt like most long-haired cats and they do not shed nearly as much as a regular cat.