Please see the facebook page for most recent information-we are currently taking deposits on Kittens ready to go home in March
I am a licensed veterinarian and have been breeding exclusively TICA registered Ragdoll Cats since 1994. I fell in love with the breed because of their beautiful soft coats and laid back, dog-like temperments. I have 4 children and 3 dogs and I wanted a cat to fit in with my family and to keep me company. To me, they are the perfect cat!
We breed both the traditional seal and blue points in addition to the rare lilacs, minks and solids. In addition to the color, Ragdolls come in different patterns including colorpoint, mitted, lynx and bicolor. Minks are the only type of Ragdoll born with color, the rest are born white. Minks also have a more thick plush coat than a traditional.
All of the kittens are raised in our home with the children and dogs. The breeding cats are tested for felv/fiv and all internal and external parasites. The are also screened for heart and kidney disease. Our cats are allowed free roam of their 12 by 20 room until they are gestating when they are moved to private maternity suites.
Our baby kittens go home at the optimal age to fit in the most easily with your family(8-9 weeks). They will also have had 2 vaccines, a negative felv/fiv test and a negative fecal.The males are also neutered. We require a 100$ deposit to reserve a kitten and we can fill most requests within a couple months. Thank you for visiting my website and please feel free to check the facebook back.
What are Ragdoll Cats?
“Ragdolls are large, laid-back, semi longhaired cats with captivating blue eyes. The Ragdoll is a pointed breed, which means that the body is lighter in color than the points (the face, legs, tail and ears). The Ragdoll cat is carefully bred to produce large affectionate animals in three patterns, two with white (mitted and bi-color) and one with no white (colorpoint). The ideal Ragdoll is a well balanced cat, with no extreme features. Altered males will usually top the scale at 15-20 pounds; females are proportionately smaller and usually weigh between 10-15 pounds at maturity. Ragdolls are slow-maturing, reaching full coat color at two years, and full size and weight at four.”