Newman A Ragdoll- Another Pic Just Because

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I wouldn't have any idea how to show a cat. Newman is destined to be our beautiful boy!
 
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We can never get enough pics of Newman. Thanks for the updated pics.:camera:
 

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He is beautiful. I have three Radgolls LOL What do you feed him? He has fluffier fur than mine. The only drawback to Ragdolls is their excessive hair shedding. How do you keep it under control?
 
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He is beautiful. I have three Radgolls LOL What do you feed him? He has fluffier fur than mine. The only drawback to Ragdolls is their excessive hair shedding. How do you keep it under control?
I feed Newman Answers Detail which is a frozen raw. He also gets Answers Fermented Goats Milk. He eats 1 3/4 oz of this food in the morning and evening. 2 oz of the goat's milk in the morning. Then his midday meal in Instinct chicken or rabbit 3 oz in the pouches. He also gets a digestive enzyme ND a small amount of an Omega 3 krill oil chew.
At 5 months Newman doesn't she'd much at all. I do run a comb through his coat morning and night. I expect once he gets older he will shed his kitten coat and then shedding will be more regular.
We have 3 dogs and 2 cats so we vacuum frequently and comb lots to manage the hair. I don't know but expect that individual genetics probably has a lot to do with the coat length and thickness.
 

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I feed Newman Answers Detail which is a frozen raw. He also gets Answers Fermented Goats Milk. He eats 1 3/4 oz of this food in the morning and evening. 2 oz of the goat's milk in the morning. Then his midday meal in Instinct chicken or rabbit 3 oz in the pouches. He also gets a digestive enzyme ND a small amount of an Omega 3 krill oil chew.
At 5 months Newman doesn't she'd much at all. I do run a comb through his coat morning and night. I expect once he gets older he will shed his kitten coat and then shedding will be more regular.
We have 3 dogs and 2 cats so we vacuum frequently and comb lots to manage the hair. I don't know but expect that individual genetics probably has a lot to do with the coat length and thickness.
Thank you.
 

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Absolutely gorgeous cat!

Are Ragdolls hard to groom? Their hair looks like it would get knotty quickly
 
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Absolutely gorgeous cat!

Are Ragdolls hard to groom? Their hair looks like it would get knotty quickly
I haven’t found that to be the case with Newman. That said I do run a CC Buttercomb through his coat daily. I accept that if I am to live with a long-haired pet that I have to maintain the coat. Otherwise a short-coated pet should be the choice.
 
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