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    It is the noise and cmmotion that cats make when they mate Chops that has kassie interested. It sounds more like they are killing each other and can sound quite horrific actually....although you probably knew that didn't you!
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    no she first time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    It is the noise and cmmotion that cats make when they mate Chops that has kassie interested. It sounds more like they are killing each other and can sound quite horrific actually....although you probably knew that didn't you!



    I've been lucky enough to only hear it once.

    *sigh* I'd love a ragdoll one day,just not right now.
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    Wow, you've lived in surburbia haven't you? Many of the cat fights you think you are hearing are actually the local tom mating with a cat on season.

    I am another who would simply love a Ragdoll one day.
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    Never thought of that,just always thought they were fighting !
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    yay the funny thing is if ragdolls thay can tolerate any thing you can literally
    pick up the cat when its asleep and throw it on the couch and were it lands it go,s back to sleep

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    Yes, I've been told that. Molly has a very relaxed attitude and she has blue eyes and the points like a Ragdoll. Her hair is neither short or long though.
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    my boy has blue eyes

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    I used to have two Ragdolls. One male, one female. I had always loved the look of the breed, and researching their temperament/character totally sold me on them, hence I purchased two from a reputable breeder.

    Big mistake for me, unfortunately. I developed Alopecea Arearta, and in the end all doctors (and myself) put it down to those particular cats.

    I contacted the breeder who was 'too ill' to take them back, so ended up going through the strenuous process of finding new suitable homes for them. Wasn't a fun time, I'm afraid.

    They truly are lovely cats, but do require good grooming and have tremendous coat-loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    They truly are lovely cats, but do require good grooming and have tremendous coat-loss.
    That too sounds like Molly. She literally leaves chunks of hair on the lounge!
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