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I didn't get a kitten, but my brother did!

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Dantes

Guest
Very cool.

If you're interested in knowing about Ragdoll standards, you can check out this link: http://www.rfci.org/info/description.php

COLORS: All pointed colors.
PERMISSIBLE OUTCROSSES: None.
HEAD:
Shape: Broad modified wedge,
with slightly rounded contours, slightly
rounded forehead (not domed),
appearance of flat plane in area
between ears, skull medium in size.
Ears: Medium in size, broad at
base, rounded tip. Set as much on top
of the head as on the side, slightly
tilted forward.
Eyes: Blue, large, oval, moderately
wide-set, outer aperture to fall in line with
base of ear.
Chin: Well-developed.
Muzzle: Rounded, medium in length;
in line with wedge.
Profile: Chin well-developed in line
with nose. Straight nose to bridge
followed by change of direction to
gentle curve to brow. Appearance of
flat plane between ears.
Neck: In proportion to head and
torso.
BODY:
Torso: Medium-long to long,
substantial. Broad chest. Fat pad on
lower abdomen acceptable. Females
may be smaller than males.
Legs: Substantial boning, in
proportion to body, hind legs slightly
longer then front legs.
Feet: Large, round, tufting desirable.
Tail: Equal to length of body.
Thicker at base, with slight taper.
Boning: Substantial.
Musculature: Well-muscled with
solid weight.
COAT:
Length: Semi-long, allow for
shorter coats on unaltered adults and
seasonal variations.
Texture: Silky soft, plush. Minimal
undercoat gives the coat body but
coat still falls smoothly. Not wooly or
cottony.
 

Jason E

Savannah Super Cat
I didn't want to make a new thread but my brother's kitten is acting incredibly strange! Apart from the fact that he has boundless energy for a "regular" domestic cat, he seems to be trying to dive into any crevice he can find, such as the space between the bed and the wall and when those are covered he just walks around the room meowing. This started to happen after playing with him for at least a half hour. I was thinking he is possibly over stimulated but I would love any ideas on what is happening.
 

Trish Allearz

Moderator
I didn't want to make a new thread but my brother's kitten is acting incredibly strange! Apart from the fact that he has boundless energy for a "regular" domestic cat, he seems to be trying to dive into any crevice he can find, such as the space between the bed and the wall and when those are covered he just walks around the room meowing. This started to happen after playing with him for at least a half hour. I was thinking he is possibly over stimulated but I would love any ideas on what is happening.

He's a kitten.

They are strange little ducks. I bet he settles down :)
 
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