Obviously loved and well cared for.
Our rescue has no teeth, but he's a bit too handy with the claws (was wild for nearly a year of his life). The one year old Ragdolls, don't even scratch - as they are 'twins' they play fight with claws in, and don't bite. That said, new baby ragdoll goes for your toes, bites and scratches.
Ah, that's good to hear. And you're very welcome.@Reynard, Leo (the Ginger male) settled down after your advice - new neighbour with a new cat.
Leo has been great with Kyoto, not cuddly like Simba, but he has been playing with her great and none of the 'nasty' swich we saw when the neighbour's cat was about with the two BIG cats.
It's all gone swimmingly well, even Kyoto doesn't mither Tiggy, who is old and can't see well. Thanks for the advice, it's appreciated !
Thanks, hard work with FIVE to look after, but the 'big lad' (and he is smaller) has chilled out now -back to being lovely and very clever.Ah, that's good to hear. And you're very welcome.
Please give your lovely gang headscritches from me.