Do you have longer than average whiskers?

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Atticus- Dakota

Purred: Sun Aug 10, '08 11:47am PST 
Everyone tells me I do, is this a Raggie trait?



Big Boy
Purred: Wed Aug 13, '08 8:03pm PST 
We don't know..mine are short and don't bother me, but my Sissy's are very, very, very long. Either way, you are a raggy friend.
Meows to you.


Purred: Mon Oct 19, '09 9:02am PST 
I have superlong whiskas that get in the way too!

Paul Hewson- of- ExaltedCat

Z Paulie Kitteh
Purred: Fri Feb 5, '10 11:42pm PST 
My whiskers are very long and crazy. We use whiskers as guides to keep us from entering spaces that are too small to accomodate our bodies and they generally grow in proportion to the cat. Since Ragdolls tend to be larger cats, most seem to have pretty long whiskers.

Beauford T.- Justice

moms eating it- so I need a- bite!!
Purred: Wed Feb 10, '10 2:14pm PST 
I believe it is. My mommy and daddy laugh at me when my super long whiskers point straight forward. Especially when I am interested in something...like a twinkie. I LOVE em!! LOL