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They are named the “Ragdoll” due to their propensity to go totally limp when picked up, they very much enjoy being cuddled and carried about!
The Ragdoll cat is rather innocent and naive, and not particularly streetwise. With positive reinforcement, they learn quickly and can pick up tricks as well as good behaviors such as using a scratching post.
First bred in the USA in 1963 when breeder Ann Baker wanted a large cat with a beautiful, long coat and gentle personality.
Life expectancy: 10-15 years
Originating country: USA
Temperament: Home-loving, Friendly, Affectionate, Loyal, Devoted and Playful
Interesting fact: Females can weigh up to 15 pounds while males can weigh as much as 20 pounds