Brownie The Ragdoll Cat

by Vivian
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)

Brownie our Ragdoll cat

Brownie our Ragdoll cat

Brownie is a unusually colored brown and white Ragdoll mix who will flop down anywhere to get a belly rub. He loves boxes and baskets, and if he sees one (even if it is too small for him!), he'll lie down or sit in it.

He was adopted from the Pasadena Humane Society in Los Angeles, California in August, 2014 along with his best friend Luna. They are not from the same litter, but are so close that the humane society wouldn't let them get adopted separately.

He also loves catnip toys, blankets, head scratches, chin scratches, and bouncy balls that he will jump into the air for and catch them between his paws.

He has the longest, fluffiest tail I have ever seen on a cat. It makes up about half his body size. He walks around with it high up in the air. I call it his signal flag.

Brownie is one month older than Luna at 1 year, 3 months.

Oh he is beautiful. Can't quite see his brown color from the photograph but I know the sort of coloring you mean.

I used to have a cat with a long fluffy tail too, I used to love to brush it so that it was all fluffed up and made him look like a movie star.

You say he was adopted in August this year, I'm guessing you mean last year. Otherwise California is a whole month ahead of the rest of the world 

Thank you for sharing him with us on the Gallery.

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