Ragdoll


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Ragdoll

a recently developed breed of cats, derived from Persians, Birmans and Burmese. It is a very large cat with medium to long hair and blue eyes. When held, it relaxes completely, hence the name.
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Ragdoll and the two people she lives with, Les Dear and Nan Hon, become a family that is bonded by the trials of one very confused kitty.
com/princessmikababyblues Princess Mika Baby Blues is a two year old Ragdoll, her parents are grand champion show cats.
CBeebies controller Kay Benbow says: "The team at Ragdoll has produced a show that is brilliantly funny and entertaining, but underpinnned with a strong educational element.
She complained to the Ragdoll Association but they couldn't help as a breeder's signature is required to register a cat.
com, accomplished this with the primary use of textures in a muted blue-seal scale allowing the irresistible Ragdoll images to take center stage.
Ragdoll commercial director Mark Hollingsworth said after the hearing: "We are delighted with the outcome.
The panel also dismissed the victimisation claims and his assertion he was an employee of Ragdoll Limited, ruling instead that he was working for them as a self-employed contractor.
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