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Redi Freddie's RagdollsThursday, November 21st, 2019 at 7:15pm
Internet has been down for most of the week. I came really close to losing my temper and was not very nice to several people from ATT after I tried to tell them that it was the landline and not the DSL server. They just simply would not listen. Today, I actually talked to someone that got it and understood what I was trying to say. He gave me instructions on who to contact and what to say. I was told that they would return the call with an appointment for a lineman to check the landline. I had to run errands this morning and as I was leaving the house there in our driveway(end of our road) sat an ATT truck. I rolled down my window and asked him if he were there to repair the lines. He said that he was checking out lines that 6 people had complained they had no telephone service. I asked him to add me to the list and explained what had happened. he told me that he would be happy to help. When I got back...I had service. Thank the Good Lord. I know that I have taken the long way around the bush, but some of you have texted me about pics of the babies and I wanted to explain why there has been no activity on my end. I decided to get some things done...cleaned the Jacuzzi and let the babies play and put up the Christmas tree. I promise you that I am leaving that rascal up. Too much trouble to put up and take down only to do the same thing next year. While I was unwrapping ornaments and putting the paper wrappers on the floor, my Josie (our camera-shy ragdoll) decided to play hide and seek in the paper. She was just too cute not to get pics of her. I also took pics of the tree and the babies in the Jacuzzi. Please enjoy and God Bless.
Redi Freddie's RagdollsWednesday, November 13th, 2019 at 6:53pm
Took pictures of babies at their last feeding last night and this morning after they had played in the bathroom while I cleaned their nest...as you can see they are all tuckered out from playing so hard. Love these babies!
Redi Freddie's RagdollsTuesday, November 12th, 2019 at 6:57pm
I went to feed the little ones and had to take pics of them. They were all lined up and ready to eat...these babies have such healthy appetites and are so funny. They were literally jumping up and down like puppies. They eat four to five times a day and are going through five RC meat in gravy every day along with five cans of the larger cans of baby cat canned food. They are such happy little stinkers...love to play with them and watch how they are developing those cute little personalities. Please enjoy the pics of them waiting for me to feed them.
Redi Freddie's RagdollsSunday, November 10th, 2019 at 1:09pm
I decided to update pictures of the babies and also show several of Josie, my ambassador. She was spayed as a kitten. So many of you have wanted to see one of my bluepoint bicolor females that has been altered. She is a big girl. I will say this that for the most part, the female will not reach the size of a male, but they do make big cats when altered. Josie was the runt of the litter (not one of mine but my breeders are related to her through Sadie). She weighs 15 to 17 lbs depending upon whether she has eaten or not. Her brother, MacDuff an altered male, weighs in at over 20 lbs. A ragdoll female will generally weigh in (altered) at between 10 to 15 lbs. The males (altered) will generally weigh in at between 12 to 20 lbs or more. The size of these cats will vary depending(I think) on their pedigree. Just because a kitten is a runt does not, for the most part, determine their size. My first ragdoll was a runt and at 7 months he weighed in at 20 lbs. His daddy was a long-legged rangy king and Fred took after him in size and because he was altered...developed bulk. Ragdolls are by breed large cats. Now getting back to the babies... The little ones had a fun time this morning playing on the bathroom floor while I cleaned out their nest, the Jacuzzi. They wore themselves out in running and jumping and investigating their new playground. This next week will be a transition for them. I am going to let them out more often to develop muscle mass and learn about drinking water and eating dry kitten food. Daisy no longer has any milk to speak of and even though they are as young as they are...they still need to get fluids. I may try to go back and add the KMR to their diet...we will see. I do not want upset tummies. They are eating wet kitten food with Yogurt and probiotics added to it...so may not need to do the KMR. Please enjoy the pictures and I did label the kittens as to who is who...God Bless. NOTE: I did go back and relabel some of the pics. I made a mistake and gave the wrong names to some of the kittens...Ollie and Cricket. I am so sorry...I did not realize what I had done until I went back and analyzed the names that were given on each of the comments. Got it right now. Have a wonderful and safe Veteran's Day!