A big and floppy, soft and silky cat, can you guess this breed with renowned blue eyes, distinctive markings, and puffed out fur?
The Ragdoll’s calmness and docile temperament make him/her a very pleasant companion. Whilst the Ragdoll does not tolerate agitation and noise, Ragdolls are sociable and get along well with other cats and dogs.
Did you know? Only in recent years did cat breeders start developing breeds with temperament as an important factor. This trend actually began with the Ragdoll – this large cat acquired its name through becoming known to go limp when lifted up, and remain totally relaxed when handled.