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CHERUBIM RAGDOLLS are know as Non-Traditional Ragdolls. Ann Baker originally called Non-Traditional Ragdolls, Cherubim Ragdolls. When being transferred from IRCA Registrar to TICA Registrar all Ragdolls were Registered as Ragdolls in one grouping not as individuals. Many Non-Traditional Ragdolls were actually registered as Traditional Ragdolls when being transferred from IRCA to TICA verses being Registered as a Solid Ragdoll or a Mink Ragdoll, especially the Solid Ragdolls. On this Page you can find Non-Traditional Ragdolls(Cherubim Lines) Registered in their original Registrar IRCA of the original creator, Ann Baker.You will find Rovena Parmley's(Tuftytoes Cattery) Non-Traditional/Cherubim Ragdoll Registrations posted here as well.From IRCA to TICA and More.......Click on the Pedigrees Below for direct PawPed Link to each Pedigree for complete lineage of each Ragdoll Cat Images of some of the original Cherubim Ragdolls(Non-Traditional Ragdolls) of Ann BakerRovena Parmley, Breeder of the Registered Ragdolls Below ElviasRDBabz Thaddeus,Blue Mink Lynx Mitted RagdollAnn Baker, Creator of the Ragdoll Breed and Breeder of the Registered Ragdolls BelowThe Ragdolls posted Below are the very beginning Lines for Solid Ragdolls, Mink Ragdolls, Lynx Ragdolls, Smoke and Silver Ragdolls, and Yes even Tortie and Torbie Ragdolls. I do not know where all these stories wondering about went so far off from the truth but as far as I can see, right here, in Black and White, all Ragdolls were created/started by Ann Baker, including Lynx, Red Factor, Chocolate/Lilac, Mink, Solid, and Traditional and at no point did she want any of them not to be in her Lines and not Registered as RAGDOLLS! Just because a group of people (only want Traditional Ragdolls to be the only variant of Ragdoll to be called a Ragdoll) want it to be so, it does not make it so..... Ann Baker Registered her Ragdoll Breed with IRCA (her Registrar) and TICA, they were all Registered as Ragdolls! The only problem is that those who were showing the Ragdoll in the beginning only showed what they call the Traditional variant of the Ragdoll breed, so that leaves the work up to the rest of us to show the other Ragdoll variants under new traits to get them accepted for Championship Status, so for those who want all their Ragdolls able to be shown for Championship Status, there is work to be done but will be well worth it.