We are a small in-home breeder of Ragdoll kittens with two breeding girls and one future girl..
We also care for a colony of homeless cats. They are often referred to as feral or community cats.
Our goal is to match a Ragdoll kitten to a human family for a happy result. Each family is different and so is each Ragdoll kitten.
Our Ragdolls are traditional and come in Seal, Chocolate, lilac and Blue. They come in color point, mitted, bicolor and lynx.
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Adopt an Adult Ragdoll
Our Cuddle Machine is seeking a loving forever home. Use contact page to let us know you are interested.
Sweet and Loving boy is seeking a loving forever home.
Our Lil Love Bugs
Available Ragdoll Kittens
We have kittens who are reserved. If you would like to be added to the waiting list for our next litter in late summer to early fall, please use the form at the end of the page with Message “waiting list” then prefered color and sex of kitten.
Some of Our Past Ragdoll Kittens
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do We get a Ragdoll kitten?
You pay a deposit of $295 to hold your kitten until they are old enough to go home with you. The balance is due when we you get your kitten.
We accept credit and debit cards through Paypal. Paypal also offers credit with no interest for six months if paid within the six months.
What food do they eat?
We currently feed Blue Buffalo Carnavora and Blue Buffalo Healthy Growth Kitten dry and Dave’s canned food.
Are your cats registered?
Yes, our cats are registered with TICA. We are also a member of Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide.
What do you charge?
Adult cats are generally $295 and up. Kittens are usually priced according to their pedigree, color, and markings. Chocolate and lilac are higher priced. Prices start at $995 and go up to $1295.Bicolors are $1295 and up.
How old are kittens when they Leave?
Typically 12 weeks. It is important for them to stay with their sibling so they are well socialized. Kittens who leave too early can develop behavioral problems such as biting. KIttens who leave at 8 weeks of age are more susceptable to illness. Their immune systems are just developing.
What is included?
They come with a two-year genetic health guarantee. They see our vet at least two times. They are neutered and spayed, micro chipped, vaccinated twice. Our vet does an overall examination of each kitten to ensure it is healthy. Unlimited advice throughout the life of your kitty.