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Frequently Asked Questions about The Ragdoll Cat / Re: What is breeding, anyway?
« Last post by Mum of FLUFF on November 09, 2019, 09:41:36 pm »
I'm so grateful for the time and effort you put into these posts. I REALLY want to read the essay!!!
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Photography Studio / Re: 2020 Ragdoll Forum Calendar
« Last post by Codysmom on November 08, 2019, 02:07:32 pm »
If there's still anyone interested in submitting photos for the 2020 calendar please let me know, just so I can plan ahead. :) x
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Codysmom on November 08, 2019, 02:05:44 pm »


Forgive me for posting this a second time - but it looks so much better bigger!
Photo was taken in natural afternoon light (no filter) and I staged the shot by climbing up a step ladder and "teasing" him with a paper emery board. His right paw swiped the emery board out of my hand a split second after I took the photo  ;D  ;D ;D

Post away, we love photos here and of course he looks much better BIGGER! :)
So glad you came right with the posting, it makes it so much easier. x
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Codysmom on November 08, 2019, 02:00:08 pm »
Thanks so much. I just realised Cody is RAGTIME CODY who I first saw on Floppycats. I scrutinised those photos so often when I first brought Fluff home to try and see what he might look like as he grew up.

I can't believe it took me this long to realise, my memory sure isn't what it used to be...

Yes he is! I submitted a photo for Floppycats (Lilac) examples because I know there aren't as many as the seals and blues out there. Cody's such a lovely boy and to me (I'm biased of course) he gets lovelier every year. He'll be turning 9 next month, I just can't believe how the time has flown. :)
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Mum of FLUFF on November 08, 2019, 07:52:39 am »


Forgive me for posting this a second time - but it looks so much better bigger!
Photo was taken in natural afternoon light (no filter) and I staged the shot by climbing up a step ladder and "teasing" him with a paper emery board. His right paw swiped the emery board out of my hand a split second after I took the photo  ;D  ;D ;D

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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Mum of FLUFF on November 08, 2019, 07:40:42 am »


Fluffy at 1 year old (photographed in natural afternoon light with no filter).
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Mum of FLUFF on November 08, 2019, 05:00:11 am »


Hi CodysMom!!! I think this might be a bit too big!!! Also - full disclosure - I used a filter on this photo.

I think the filter was called Tokyo on my Oppo phone. It made his nose a darker, cooler shade and deepened his eyes to a darker blue.
99% of the time I don't use a filter with Fluffy because blues and lilacs do get confused and I love him exactly the way he is!!!
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Mum of FLUFF on November 07, 2019, 12:01:04 pm »
Thanks so much. I just realised Cody is RAGTIME CODY who I first saw on Floppycats. I scrutinised those photos so often when I first brought Fluff home to try and see what he might look like as he grew up.

I can't believe it took me this long to realise, my memory sure isn't what it used to be...
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Hi I'm New Here / Re: Welcome New Member Mum of FLUFF!
« Last post by Codysmom on November 07, 2019, 09:54:26 am »
Mum of FLUFF, if you're interested I've just posted a tutorial on how to share photos with us on the forum, here's the link:

http://ragdollcatsunited.com/smf/index.php?topic=486.new#new

I think you'll find it easy and then you can share larger photos of your beautiful boy. :)
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Feline Health / Re: Is there an end?
« Last post by Ragsmomma on November 06, 2019, 07:18:55 pm »
Hopefully we are now going to be using meds that will clear this up.  My vet did a culture finally and it showed Jamie had MRSA.  He's got a triple antibiotic cream and a compounded form of doxycycline.  This should clear the MRSA out of his system and he should end up feeling better.  I have to call my vet on Sunday and let him know where things are.  He's been just wonderful about telling me to call his cell - said if you need me I'll be in NY at a vet conference but call me on my cell phone.  It's nice to know that if there is an issue at night or on a weekend I have a resource.

Cross your fingers that this is the big cure.  After 3 months, I think Jamie has kind of had it with this.  The MRSA is hard on them.  He has been sleeping in a litterbox that I make sure is clean and I just love it when he comes and gets on the ottoman with me at night.  There's also been a few "accidents" in the house and I'm hoping to see the end of that too. 

I am at the point that I don't care what he's got - just get him BETTER!!!
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