Thank you so much, Jill, for supporting the Ragdoll Congress. Jill shows alters. The cat and kitten exhibitors are so grateful that judges, and the public, get to see what a Ragdoll looks like when it is mature. We all know that Ragdolls are slow to mature and when we are holding a scrawny kitten with kitten coat and big ears, saying he will grow into them, it is good that there are some stunning examples of Ragdolls that did just that. Of course, Jill’s cats are perfectly groomed and sweet as can be, perfectly fitting the description of big, floppy cats. Thanks , Jill.