Ragdoll cat rescue listings. This page contains a directory of rescues that focus strictly on Ragdoll cats and mixes meeting the breed description.
Ragdoll Rescue USA
Scope: National US
From their website: http://www.freewebs.com/ragdollrescueusa
"Ragdoll Rescue USA is a national, non-profit group of Ragdoll lovers dedicated to rescuing Ragdolls and Ragdoll wannabes in need."
"Many Ragdolls are owner surrenders, but we also rescue Ragdoll wannabes from animal control facilities and shelters. All of our Ragdolls are fostered in our members homes where they are evaluated, socialized and most of all--loved, while waiting for the purrfect forever home."
Ragdoll Rescue NW
Scope: Northwest US
From their website: http://ragdollrescue.com
"Ragdoll Rescue NW is a small rescue that provides rescue, transport, housing, rehabilitation, and adoption placement for Ragdoll cats and Ragdoll "Wannabes." We are a group of volunteers located in Oregon and Washington."
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The Ragdoll cat is one of the largest domestic cat breeds. They are a muscular, easy-going and generally undemanding breed originally bred in California from a white longhaired or Persian cat named Josephine.
Josephine had been permanently injured in a car accident. The name for the breed comes from the reported characteristic tendency to go limp when picked up, like a rag doll. Supposedly, Josephine's kittens acted this way, and Ann Baker, the original breeder, attributed this to the injuries to their mother.
Ann Baker told some pretty unbelievable tales about her cats, but the Ragdoll lovers of today only tell great stories about their passion for these furry companions.
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