Sir Galahad

2019, Adopted
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About This Cat

Adopted by  Lynn & Dave

Born 2012, Brown Bicolor Ragdoll

Special Fee $275

This kitty is just too beautiful. We named him Sir Galahad because there is something sort of magnificent and legendary about him.

Galahad is a big cat with a very sumptuous, full coat. He is so graceful that every movement is a pose (a photographer’s dream). I do think he knows he is a celebrity, that he is quite the Rock Star. He is not so much spoiled as he is stately. He has a lot of presence.

This big boy is one of the cats we got from a shelter after his breeder was found deceased in her home. They told us he was neutered and was her special pet. Sir Galahad’s coat was in great shape when he arrived in his foster home. Ragdolls are not hard to keep groomed despite their plush, long coats. Persians take daily brushing because they have a cotton undercoat that matts that Ragdolls don’t have.  Run a comb through a Ragdoll’s coat twice a week and you are done. Look at the tail on this magnificent boy! I am not sure I have ever seen anything like it, so full and so long.

Cats that are called “bicolors” are cats that have an inverted white “V” between their eyes on their forehead. A Brown Bicolor would have brown on his face mask and tail. Of course Sir Galahad has the blue, blue eyes of a ragdoll. These cats are known for being large, gentle, mellow cats. I know them to be cats that do not take change well. They can get very depressed and need some time to recover, especially when they have been in shelters. I think perhaps loyal Galahad is sad from losing his human friend. He does look sad and is not as engaged with his human friends as may be normal for him. He is a little remote. He will recover in his new home and his family will find he is tolerant and good natured and very loving.

Like any Rock Star Galahad has his groupies. In this case the young Rag girl, Cordelia, who he came in with, is pretty sweet on him. They frequently rub against each other to connect and hang out together. Cordelia will go home with him. No exceptions. Why not let them stay together? We were told she was 7 months old but her nipples are large and show that she has had kittens. I would guess she is about a year old. Her bio is posted as well. She is a lovely White Mitted, Seal Point Ragdoll.

Sir Galahad eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.

His foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.

If you are interested in this kitty you can contact Harriet by email at Please include at least your name, location, the name of this kitty and phone contact info. Harriet will get back to you as soon as she can. It you are seriously interested in this kitty it is a good idea to fill out an Adoption Application.