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How Well You Know Your Ragdoll?

Are you a proud owner of a Ragdoll Cat? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about her!
Farha Khan
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Ragdoll is a designer cat breed and was created by an American breeder, Ann Baker in California in the 1960s.
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Point coloration genes are responsible for the oh-so-beautiful blue eyes of every purebred Ragdoll cat.
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It is certain that Ragdoll cats have a calm and gentle nature. They love to be picked up and often go limp like a ragdoll in your arms.
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Much like dogs, Ragdoll cats are fiercely loyal to their families and love to follow their human friends around the house. Some even play 'fetch'!
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Recently established as a separate breed, Ragamuffins are basically Ragdoll cats in other colors, mostly solid or bi-colored, which are not permitted for Ragdolls.
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It’s true! Ragdoll kittens are fully white when born. Their color and pattern starts developing after one to two weeks of age.
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With a sturdy body, large frame, and proportionate legs, Ragdolls are super cuddly giants of the cat family. They are much larger than average cats.
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This is a ‘slow-maturing’ cat breed. Ragdolls continue to grow in size and may develop minor fur pattern changes until the age of four.
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Ragdolls are considered to be one of the longest living cat breeds. For an indoor-only cat, the generally agreed life-span is 15-20 years.
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They come in different colors in three patterns – Color point (like the Siamese), Mitted (same as pointed, but with white paws and abdomen) and Bi-color (white legs, white inverted V on the face).
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