Ragdolls are one of the largest domestic cat breeds, second only to Maine Coons. Males can weigh between 15 to 20 pounds, while females are lighter at 8 to 12 pounds.
All purebred Ragdolls have captivating blue eyes that range from pale blue to deep navy.
Ragdolls are famous for their "flop" trait – they go completely limp and relaxed when picked up and held.
These cats have cute tufts of hair between their toes, a feature often seen in long-haired breeds.
Ragdoll kittens are born pure white due to the warm environment in their mother's womb. They develop color as they are exposed to cooler temperatures.
Ragdolls are known as "puppy cats" because of their friendly and sociable nature. They enjoy human company and follow their owners around.
Unlike other cat breeds, Ragdolls reach full maturity at around 3 to 4 years old.
Ragdolls lack an undercoat, which can make them a better choice for people with allergies.
Pop star Taylor Swift owns a seal bicolor Ragdoll named Benjamin Button.
Ragdoll Cats have an average life expectancy of around 15 years, with many living well into their 20s.