Ragdoll Cat Facts –  12 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Ragdolls


We sure do love our Ragdolls. Getting to know your babies means learning about their individual personalities as well as the fun facts about their breed.

Here are some of my favorite things about the Ragdoll breed.

They ALL have beautiful blue eyes.

This isn’t a surprising fact. Ragdoll eyes may come in different shapes and shades of blue. However, it is important to note that ALL purebreds have blue eyes.


They’re one of the largest domestic breeds of cat.

When we see photos of Ragdolls, their cuteness almost makes you think they’d be dainty. However, Ragdoll cats are actually one of the largest breeds of domestic cat.


They have dog-like personalities.

Ragdolls take the best traits from dogs such as loyalty and playfulness. They are fiercely loyal to their families and love being near their humans.


Ragdolls are quiet by nature.

Although mine are talkers, this breed is generally quiet. This can be a good thing although the breeder where I got my first Ragdolls warned me that they are so quiet they don’t show distress or pain.


Ragdoll Kittens are born pure white.

Their colour and pattern develop sometime between one to two weeks of age. Then the breeder is able to tell what colour/pattern they will be.


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