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Our Raggies

post #1 of 27
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Here are some pics of our Raggies. Sorry for the lousy quality, I've never been a great picture taker.

This is Tucker


Toby


Ramona


and Sonny


Hope you like them.
post #2 of 27
Wow - BIG fluffballs!! They're absolutely beautiful!!!
post #3 of 27
Oh they're all so beautiful!
I love the blaze on Toby's nose!
post #4 of 27
What gorgeous cats!
post #5 of 27
Yay pics of your furbabies finally! WOW just look at Ramona's eyes!!!! She is beautiful, as are all the other cats. Some very unique cats! And is Tucker still a kitty or what? They're all adorable. I just wanna hug them and pet them and hold them, the big furry fluffballs!!!!

By the way, I think those are great pics.
post #6 of 27
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Originally Posted by sweetiecat3
Yay pics of your furbabies finally! WOW just look at Ramona's eyes!!!! She is beautiful, as are all the other cats. Some very unique cats! And is Tucker still a kitty or what? They're all adorable. I just wanna hug them and pet them and hold them, the big furry fluffballs!!!!

By the way, I think those are great pics.

Thanks for the compliments. Tucker and Toby are both 16 weeks.
post #7 of 27
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Thanks for all the kind words. As you can see, I'm very new to this forum. Looking forward to getting to meet everyone
post #8 of 27
Ahhhhhhhh, They are so cute. I love Tucker Nothing better than a raggie.
post #9 of 27
Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for the pics!
post #10 of 27
Beautiful cats! Thanks for sharing their pictures.My favorite is Toby. I love his unusal nose coloring.
post #11 of 27
What beautiful cats you have!!!!
post #12 of 27
your kitties are beautiful Here are a couple of my Ragdoll Blueberry



post #13 of 27
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[quote=sbw999]your kitties are beautiful Here are a couple of my Ragdoll Blueberry


Your Blueberry is awesome!
post #14 of 27
These are beautiful cats! And you know what? Yesterday at the shelter, there was this huge boy, 15 months old, blue eyes, long hair, great coloring.......now that I see your babies, I think he was a ragdoll! Is that possible? Someone adopted him right before I adopted my new baby, so I know he went to a good home.
post #15 of 27
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We have seen ragdolls up for adoption. It is not that uncommon. But almost all of them are sold with a contract that states not to rehome without giving the breeder the first right of refusal. I really do not understand why people would give up these wonderful cats.
post #16 of 27
It is a funny story, actually. The people looking at her were a mother, her son (probably in his late teens/early twenties) and his girlfriend. I guess they wanted a friend for their 9 month old kitten at home, and had come with the intention of finding a kitten. This guy was hiding out in a cat condo, but I was petting him through the door. When a shelter volunteer showed us how to open the door, he came out...with these beautiful blue eyes. He seemed very mellow and sweet, just a little shy...but who wouldn't be shy in a room full of other cats and people coming in and out all day?! They pulled his file and found that he had been brought to the shelter in November of '04, adopted that December. Then, they had brought him back a year later due to "allergies". Poor guy!

The girlfriend wanted nothing to do with him, I think because of his size. However, the adoption was for the mother and she fell in love with this cat. I told her give him a bath and brush him out really well, I think you're going to be shocked. Now I just wish I could see him all cleaned up!

I'm so glad his story has a happy ending! I knew ragdolls were difficult to come by, so I guess that's why I never expected to see one at a shelter!
post #17 of 27
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That is a nice story. I love the mellowness of Ragdolls and the large size. That is what attracted us to the breed. We got all 4 of ours from the same breeder and wouldn't give them up for anything.

Our Sonny is sick with Autoimmune disease and has run up $3000 in vet bills over the last year. It appears he will not get better. All we can do is try to regulate his meds to keep his blood in the best shape we can. He is the best cat in the world. Even with all this going on we have never considered giving him up.
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by marsch21
That is a nice story. I love the mellowness of Ragdolls and the large size. That is what attracted us to the breed. We got all 4 of ours from the same breeder and wouldn't give them up for anything.

Our Sonny is sick with Autoimmune disease and has run up $3000 in vet bills over the last year. It appears he will not get better. All we can do is try to regulate his meds to keep his blood in the best shape we can. He is the best cat in the world. Even with all this going on we have never considered giving him up.
Awww, Sonny is so lucky to have all that love and commitment!!! They are beautiful cats!
post #19 of 27
[quote=marsch21]
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Originally Posted by sbw999
your kitties are beautiful Here are a couple of my Ragdoll Blueberry


Your Blueberry is awesome!
Thank you I do love Ragdolls, esecially those little bits of fur that grows between their toes.
post #20 of 27
I loved the pictures! I am sorry to hear that Sonny is sick, it is great that he has you to take care of him!! He looks like a big boy in his picture. I just love the large hourglass blazes. My Marie has a large hourglass blaze as well, and Toulouse has a little diamond blaze on his forehead, I think it is just a white sign that shows us where we are supposed to direct our kisses.....LOL

Anyone that is looking for a Ragdoll, should look at the Ragdoll rescues, there are several around the country, and you would be surprised how many need purrrfect, furever homes. I would be happy to direct anyone looking for a rescued Ragdoll to the rescue closest to their home with a email address or phone number to contact them by. Several of the rescues will do a home check before placing the kitty, and in some cases even transportation help can be given.

Give all those Raggies belly rubs for me!!
Purrs,
Stormi
post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by sunnicat
I knew ragdolls were difficult to come by, so I guess that's why I never expected to see one at a shelter!
on the other hand, this cat was born to a brown tabby feral that i was feeding - so i know s/he wasn't really a ragdoll...but look at him/her!

post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by FamilytimeRags
I loved the pictures! I am sorry to hear that Sonny is sick, it is great that he has you to take care of him!! He looks like a big boy in his picture. I just love the large hourglass blazes. My Marie has a large hourglass blaze as well, and Toulouse has a little diamond blaze on his forehead, I think it is just a white sign that shows us where we are supposed to direct our kisses.....LOL

Anyone that is looking for a Ragdoll, should look at the Ragdoll rescues, there are several around the country, and you would be surprised how many need purrrfect, furever homes. I would be happy to direct anyone looking for a rescued Ragdoll to the rescue closest to their home with a email address or phone number to contact them by. Several of the rescues will do a home check before placing the kitty, and in some cases even transportation help can be given.

Give all those Raggies belly rubs for me!!
Purrs,
Stormi
Sonny is a big boy. Before he got sick he weighed in at 19lbs. I think he has lost about 2lbs since then.
post #23 of 27
Your Raggies are beautiful! I LOVE Ragdolls, I have 2 bicolors... a seal (Maxie) & a blue (Grady).
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by cagnes
Your Raggies are beautiful! I LOVE Ragdolls, I have 2 bicolors... a seal (Maxie) & a blue (Grady).

Thank you!
post #25 of 27
Wooo! They are all gorgeous!
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by Leto86
Wooo! They are all gorgeous!
Thank You!
post #27 of 27
Wow Gorgeous cats
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