RagaMuffin Cats’ Temperament
RagaMuffin Cats and kittens are known for their sweet personality. They are like puppy-kitties. RagaMuffins are known as the “teddy-bear” of the cat world. RagaMuffin cats LOVE to be with their guardian at all times so if you have more than one RagaMuffin, you may not have enough room on your lap for them! RagaMuffins follows their guardians around the house. This breed of cat does not like to be left alone for long periods of time, so if you travel a lot, they would not be happy campers.
A good idea is for you to adopt more than one RagaMuffin Kitten, which will allow them to keep each other company when you are not around. Many RagaMuffins are “door greeters” and want to meet and head-butt anyone that comes to your house! The RagaMuffin is a playful cat. RagaMuffins are laid back, but don’t let that fool you. They are very intelligent and learn quite quickly.
Differences between the RagaMuffin Cat and Ragdoll Cat
Many pet owners get confused about the difference between RagaMuffins and Ragdolls cats. The fact that the names are so similar adds to the confusion. There are also pet owners that have not heard of RagaMuffin cats. The RagaMuffin cat breed grew out of the Ragdoll breed. The Ragdoll breed was developed by Ann Baker in the 1960s. Anne developed the Miracle Ragdolls, the IRCA Ragdolls, and the Honey Bears. To develop these breeds, domestic longhairs, Persians, Birman, and Angora breeds were used. These different lines of cats were known as the Cherubim Cats. The Cherubim Cats were registered in the International Ragdoll Cat Association (IRCA) IRCA was a registry formed by Anne Baker. However, the breed that is considered related to the RagaMuffin (more…)
Losing Your RagaMuffin
Losing your RagaMuffin one day is inevitable. One day your beloved RagaMuffin will cross over to the Rainbow Bridge. For most of us, our RagaMuffins are not just pets. They are family members that are very easy to fall in love with. Many of us feel we can communicate with them because they are such smart animals. Language is not necessary. Communication with our RagaMuffins through the connection we have is all that is (more…)
Cats and COVID-19
Coronaviruses are viruses that can cause several symptoms. These include difficulty breathing, a runny nose, cough, sore throat, and fever. There are also additional less common symptoms, such as digestive issues including nausea and diarrhea. Some cases of coronavirus are mild and others can be more severe, causing pneumonia and often the need for a ventilator.