A Ragdoll cat is a breed of domestic cat known for its docile and gentle temperament. They are also known for their blue eyes and long, silky fur.
The Ragdoll cat was first bred in California in the 1960s by Ann Baker. She crossed a Birman cat with a Persian cat to create a breed that was both gentle and affectionate.
The name "Ragdoll" comes from the way these cats relax and go limp when picked up.
Ragdoll cats have a medium to large build with long, silky fur. Their coat can be any color, but the most common colors are seal point, blue point
Ragdoll cats are known for their gentle and affectionate temperament. They are also very laid-back and make great companions for families with children.
Ragdoll cats are generally healthy cats, but they can be prone to some health problems, such as hip dysplasia and heart disease.
Ragdoll cats require minimal grooming. They should be brushed once a week to remove dead hair and prevent mats.
Ragdoll cats are relatively easy to train. They can be taught basic commands, such as sit, stay, and come.
Ragdoll cats can be purchased from breeders or from pet stores.
The price of a Ragdoll cat can vary. However, you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 for a Ragdoll kitten.