Nemo (Ragdoll Tabby)

Nemo is a 7 month old ragdoll tabby. My little cat Tiffany turned up pregnant at the beginning of 2011 and gave birth to 3 kittens, 2 of which live elsewhere, by the names of Dory and Fishstick.


Nemo gets very excited twice a day and loves to play with people more than other cats. He is often found playing alone with small toy-like items, skittering around in the bedroom and bathroom. He is a very happy little cat despite a mild respiratory problem he has had from birth. Nemo races in and out of the bedroom, climbs atop the task chair and bounces off the bed until his breathing difficulty forces him to rest.

He is also a little nipper, like a puppy or a fish "biting" for food. He has a beautiful fur coat that is soft and creamy. Today he is as big as his own mama, Tiffany. Nemo is a charming and alarming young cat.

By Jazzmin Flower from Alta Loma, CA


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November 17, 20110 found this helpful

What an adorable kitty! I didn't fix mine, so he got curious and ran away, but I do love cats!

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November 18, 20110 found this helpful

Cute Kitty! I have a ragdoll type tabby too, golden tan in color, with big amber eyes. There is an older golden tiger striped tabby male who acts as his adopted father in our house, grooming, wrestling and reprimanding him. This older one had a respiratory problem as a kitten. I enjoyed your picture and story about Nemo.

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November 20, 20110 found this helpful

When I first saw this darling I wondered if he was a Ragdoll Tabby. How beautiful! I have a cat that does the "Nip" thing too. He will come up to my hand before I go to sleep and nip my hand to get me to rub his back. He wont accept being patted anywhere except his back.


Such a beautiful Nemo!

Blessings, Robyn

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