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post #1 of 12
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here are the pics of Uno and Sace. Sace has the darker face.



This is Uno
post #2 of 12
Oh they are gorgeous
post #3 of 12
They are handsome. How old is the seal point? He has kept the light color well. I know seal point Siamese often don't do that into adulthood.
post #4 of 12
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they are both 6 years old
post #5 of 12
Oh very beautiful cats! Sace looks totally bored and Uno is saying "take more pictures of me!" So, yeah, take more pictures!
post #6 of 12
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lol. they are the pics that their owner sent me. as soon as i have them home, i will take tons more.
post #7 of 12
Oh are they just beautiful!
post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by Liza24 View Post
lol. they are the pics that their owner sent me. as soon as i have them home, i will take tons more.

You are just getting them? They are beautiful. Are they retired breeders, or some ones pets that you adopted? I love the seal mitted, sace Uno is nice too, I am not used to seeing lynx point (mitteds) but they are nice, I can see why people are attracted to them. I hope we see many more pics!
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You are just getting them? They are beautiful. Are they retired breeders, or some ones pets that you adopted? I love the seal mitted, sace Uno is nice too, I am not used to seeing lynx point (mitteds) but they are nice, I can see why people are attracted to them. I hope we see many more pics!

Yes,
i am adopting them! they are 6 year old retired show cats. the owner is trying to breed now after years of showing, and has to many cats now, and is overwhelmed. I am going to see them tonight, and will probably bringing them home tonight. Do you think they would do ok in a oversized medium dog carrier for the 20 min ride?
post #10 of 12
I wouldn't put them in the same crate, being in the car can be stressful and make the cats act out if put together.
post #11 of 12
I agree, on the ride to a new home, they may get stressed, so separate carriers would be best, you will need them for vet visits, travel, or if you live in areas of bad weather, 2 carriers would be needed.
Uno and Sace are beautiful!! I have retired past queens before and have found that they adapt after just a few days, in their new enviroment. I would suggest keeping them on the same diet, litter, and possibly let them stay in your room for a few days to adjust and slowly adapt to the rest of the house in a slow process.
I think the name Uno sounds familiar, do you frequent the other Ragdoll forums?
Welcome to being loved by a Ragdoll.
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I agree, on the ride to a new home, they may get stressed, so separate carriers would be best, you will need them for vet visits, travel, or if you live in areas of bad weather, 2 carriers would be needed.
Uno and Sace are beautiful!! I have retired past queens before and have found that they adapt after just a few days, in their new enviroment. I would suggest keeping them on the same diet, litter, and possibly let them stay in your room for a few days to adjust and slowly adapt to the rest of the house in a slow process.
I think the name Uno sounds familiar, do you frequent the other Ragdoll forums?
Welcome to being loved by a Ragdoll.

nope, i have never been to ragdoll forums,lol. I have them in a great dane style & size kennel for the time being, cause i dont have a spare room for them ( its being used,lol). They seem to tolerate the kittens, but Prue and tigger get them hissing a striking the cage door, so i might give them a few days to adjust.
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