Win a FREE Oil Painting Of Your Ragdoll

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Would you like to win a FREE 16×20 oil painting of your Ragdoll cat or kitten? Alexandra of Alexandra Graphic Design in Minnesota has kindly donated this fabulous prize.

Alexandra has a AAS degree in Communication Art and Design from Alexandria Technical and Community college. She has painted a variety of different works and won numerous awards including:

3 silver ADDY awards in the AdFed {Advertising Federation}

  • Oil painting “My Sweet Rose”
  • Starbucks ad campaign “Grow Your Own Cup”
  • Book cover “Go Ask Alice”

Competition Entry Details

To win log onto Facebook before Monday 18th November 2013 and complete the required steps stated in the competition status found on the I Love Ragdolls page.

Good luck and we look forward to seeing the finished result.Who Won?

The winner of the FREE oil painting was Karen Ann from Banbury in Oxfordshire. Congratulations to her! Look out for more competitions from I Love Ragdolls.

The Finished Painting

Below is the finished painting of Karen Ann’s Ragdoll cat Darcy. Its truly wonderful and Karen is totally thrilled to be receiving such a lovely painting to hang in her house. Thanks to Alexandra for providing such a great competition prize and if you would like your Ragdoll cat or any other pet painted please get in touch.

Darcy The Ragdoll painted by Alexandra Grace Elizabeth Buss.

Sam Wonder x

Author: Sam Wonder

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  1. Would love a pic of my ragdoll Sasha.

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  2. I have 3 Ragdolls! I’d love to win!!


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  3. I would love to have my handsome ragdoll oilpainted he means the world to me .thank you.

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  4. I love so much

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  5. Well we lost our loving Ziggy on Halloween 2013 an was greeted by Legend at 7 weeks old a rag doll on thanksgiving day what a beautiful kitten an then my friend who gave us Legend had to get rid of the other rag doll siblings due to her stepson being allergic to them so at 7 months old we received Legends twin brother Beau they have been the light of our lives an makes our Princess calico who we rescued from the woods in our backyard very happy an helped her through the depression of losing her pal Ziggy 15 so at that i would love to have an oil painting of our new found love of Rag dolls thank you.

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    • Hi Tracy,
      Sorry to hear about your recent loss. I have lost a Rag before so completely understand your pain. I cried so much that the vet even started crying. They really are nicer than a lot of people. And I miss him dearly as I suspect you do yours. Its wonderful you and Calico have two Ragdolls to help fill the gap that Ziggy has left. Good luck with the competition x

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      • thank you Sam it was truly heartbreaking he had seizures that night an we knew it was time to let him go so on the way to the vet to put him down he had a heart attack in my arms an passed it was very hard .

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    • i meant to put Ziggy passed in 2012 an he was 18 years old

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  6. I am so excited to here and see that everyone is so excited about this contest! I love doing them. Remember if you do not win this time I will always have more competitions! If you have any questions about paintings feel free to message me on my facebook page

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  7. I would love to win an oil painting of my Ragdoll, Precious. She is such a sweet and loving little girl. I’ve had her for 10 years. Unfortunately she was not well received by my 3 rescues. She’s been made to feel like an outsider by them. I want her to see how beautiful she is and be proud of herself and see herself as I see her, through the eyes of love.

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  8. Wouldn’t this be so fun~~~ I’d love to have my Jake and Elwood on canvas….

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