The Ragdoll is a breed of cat that was developed from the long-haired domestic cat. The breed was developed by accident in the 1960s when a tortoiseshell female cat, was bred with a white male cat.
The Ragdoll cat is a breed of domestic cat that was developed by accident. The breed was developed by breeding two long-haired cats, a Maine Coon and a Norwegian Forest Cat. The two cats were bred together until they produced kittens with the same physical appearance.
The Ragdoll is a medium-sized cat with an appearance that is soft and cuddly to the touch. They are known for their large, round eyes and their thick, plush coat of fur that usually has longer hair on their backs and shorter hair on their bellies.
Ragdolls are generally docile, affectionate cats who love to be petted and played with by children or other adults.