Ragdoll Kittens For Sale

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    Southern California's trusted breeder. Supreme Grand Champion cats produced. Home raised, large beautiful cats. Member of R.F.C.I. All kittens registered CFA, TICA, ACFA & ACA. 100% Health Guaranteed. All colors & patterns including Lynx Points available. Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in San Diego, California United States


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    Ragdoll Kittens for Sale


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    Breeder Name: Gary Strobel
    (619) 889-1148 Call or Text

    Breeder Name: Gary Strobel
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    Beautiful rabbit-soft family raised kittens are litter box trained, TICA registered, vet certified healthy, neutered, shots, dewormings, Feline Leukemia/Feline Aids negative, Two-year guarantee, NYS certified breeder PD103. Delivery available via courier or United Airlines Petsafe Program. Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in New York United States. Also has Miniature Goldendoodles.


    Date Born: 06/13/2015
    Date Available: 09/05/2015
    Price Range: $800-$850
    Deposit: $400

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    Ragdoll Kittens for Sale

    Whats Included
    The kittens are neutered, have their first shots, and come with a scratching post, a bag of litter, some toys, and some food samples.


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    Breeder Name: Katie Kruger
    (585) 409-7313

    Breeder Name: Katie Kruger
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    Fancicat FarmsAdvertising with us for 7 yr(s)!

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    We are a small, in-home breeder of very rare and exceptionally beautiful MINK, SEPIA, and SOLID Ragdolls in a variety of colors including seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, etc. We strive to produce kittens with the most beautiful, softest, and plushest coats, and the most beautiful, richest coloring. All of our kings and queens are DNA tested and negative for HCM. All cats and kittens are raised in our home with lots of love and attention. Member of TICA. All cats and kittens are TICA registered. We have several delivery options available for those who are too far away, including door-to-door delivery for some locations. All kittens come with first vaccinations, de-worming, microchip, written health guarantee, and a lifetime of support. Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Huntsville, Alabama United States


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    Breeder Name: Karol Bloyer
    (256) 758-3496

    Breeder Name: Karol Bloyer
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    • Serafina Ragdoll
    • Santa Rosa, CA
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    TICA registered Ragdoll kittens. 6 males and 3 females. Raised in my home, handled everyday. Parents on site. Shots, vet examined, wormed before they are sold. Check back for pics of this new litter. They will be ready to leave home at 9 weeks which will be mid May 2020. Text for more videos and pics 707 696 1695 Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Santa Rosa, California United States


    Champion Bloodline: Yes
    Show Potential: Yes

    Chip is a large mitted male.
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    Breeder Name: Margaret Nance
    (707) 829-7891

    Breeder Name: Margaret Nance

    • Razl Dazl Dolls Ragdolls
    • Hesperia, CA
  • Razl Dazl Dolls RagdollsAdvertising with us for 18 yr(s)!

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    Home-raised with lots of LOVE. Parents scanned neg for heart & kidney health & all adults DNA tested "Negative" for HCM . TICA registered, spayed/neutered, with 2 kitten shots, worming & health guarantee. Each Kitten is a Work of Art! Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Hesperia, California United States


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    Breeder Name: Cindy DeWolfe
    (760) 244-6495

    Breeder Name: Cindy DeWolfe

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    Rasta RagdollsAdvertising with us for 8 yr(s)!

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    Home raised TICA registered Ragdoll Kittens Available Now. Traditional, Mink and Sepia in Seal, Blue & Lilac. Pointed, Mitted, Bi Color and Lynx. Up to date on shots, litterbox trained and Health guarantee. Pets Only. Call us or visit our website for current availability. Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Escondido, California, United States, California United States


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    Breeder Name: Heidi Johnston
    (760) 532-4651

    Breeder Name: Heidi Johnston
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    Kittens are here! We raise bright blue eyed Traditional, Pointed, Mitted, & Bicolor. Minks, Sepia and Solid Ragdoll kittens. We are a small home TICA Registered Cattery located near Daytona Beach, Fl. Our kittens are from CH Sire and or Dam, Multiple Supreme Champions and International Champion Bloodlines. FeLV/FIV/HW Negative. Written Health Guarantee. Each kitten is well socialized in our loving home. Queens and Kings are tested for HCM and PKD1 either through UC Davis or by parentage. We Ship by private Courier to your local airport ( Lower 48 states) and will meet you in person. Or we can meet you in person in Daytona Beach, Fl . Call for more info. 321-383-4808 ( Florida ) Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Daytona Beach, Florida United States


    Price Range: $1995 - $2900
    Deposit: $500.00
    Champion Bloodline: Yes
    Champion Sired: Yes

    Litter Description
    We had 2 litters born June 2020 1 Litter born July 2020

    Whats Included
    Spay/Neuter HCM/PKD1/FIV/Feluk/HW NEG Current Vaccines Wormings TICA Papers Written Health Guarantee State Certified Veterinarian Health Certificate


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    Breeder Name: Diane Meinert
    (321) 383-4808 (Call between 10am-8pm EST )

    Breeder Name: Diane Meinert
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    Ragdoll Comfort Kittens

    We are Currently Sold Out Sorry! We are a Small In Home, Mom, Daughter & Grand Daughter Hobby Breeder. With TICA Certified. Ragdolls, Ragamuffins, Munchkin Rug Huggers and Minuets. We have both Kittens and Adult Breeders Available at times. Unlike what most folks think, We do not make a profit, all sales go right back into Vet Care, Food, Toys & Supplies for our Kitty Family. We have very carefully selected our breeders responsibly for their Health, Beauty, and fun Loving Affectionate Personalities that we want to see past on. These Kitties are Very well known for there Emotional Support Qualities and are great with Children and other Pets. This has been a very expensive, hardworking, time consuming hobby we have enjoyed and have been very passionate about as a family and now we want to share some of there kittens with others especially during such difficult times. These kitties bring so much Love and Comfort into our home and we are sure they will in yours as well. Purchase one of our Kitties for yourself or someone you love. Follow us on Instagram! RagdollcofortKittens Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Boston, Massachusetts United States. Also has Munchkin Cats, Ragamuffin Cats, Napoleons.


    Deposit: $500 Deposit.

    Whats Included
    Free Delivery To Your Home Any Where In New England Or Any Major Airport In The US If Flights Are Available For an Extra Fee, With Pet Safe Shipping Subjuct to Availability. Your Kitty will come in a Cat Carrier for you to keep. Up To Date Vaccines as well as First Month Health Insurance For Your Peace Of Mind and Protection. Your Kitty can also come with Breeding rights for an extra fee for responsible breeders only.


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    Breeder Name: Juls
    (617) 459-9189

    Breeder Name: Juls
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The "Ragdoll" is a breed of cat best known for its docile, sweet, placid temperament. An unusually large, muscular, semi-long-haired cat with a soft and silky coat the texture of rabbit fur, it has striking blue eyes and a distinctive colorpoint coat. Its name derives from the cat's tendency to go completely limp and relaxed, conforming to the shape of the space made available to it, like a ragdoll would. With a friendly, easy-going temperament and seemingly little fear, the Ragdoll is only suitable for indoor living as, oddly, it has no instinct to defend itself against attack.

The history of the breed is rather odd. The Ragdoll originated in California in the 1960s, with a woman named Ann Baker and a regular, non-pedigreed, Angora-type long-haired white cat named Josephine. After producing several litters of "average" kittens, Josephine was injured by a moving car and taken to the vet hospital at the University of California, where she was nursed back to health. After healing, Josephine produced litters that were fathered by several unidentified "Birman" cats. Both Josephine and her kittens seemed to have developed a more docile and relaxed temperament after the accident, and some of her kittens showed Siamese-type point coloration. Josephine also seemed to have become immune to pain.

These developments led Ms. Baker to concoct several fanciful theories about Josephine. One theory she put forth was that a secret government genetic experiment had been performed on Josephine during her treatment at the University of California. Another claim she made was that the new litters of kittens were so relaxed specifically BECAUSE their mother had had a car accident while pregnant. Yet a further theory she espoused was that alien or human genes had somehow gotten mixed into Josephine's breeding process, and had altered the genetics of subsequent litters. Needless to say, none of these theories appeared to have any basis in fact whatsoever, but it WAS true that Josephine's kittens were being born with unusually placid good natures, and with the tendency to go totally limp when handled.

These qualities seemed so desirable that Ms. Baker purchased several kittens from Josephine's owner, who lived behind her, and set out to create anew the breed called Ragdoll. Breeding very selectively, Ms. Baker produced "Blackie," an all black Burmese-like male, and "Daddy Warbucks," a seal point with white feet. More breeding with these two males created a bi-colored female named "Fugianna," and a brown-black Burmese-type female named "Buckwheat." According to documentation, all contemporary Ragdolls are descended from the matings of Daddy Warbucks to Fugianna and Buckwheat.

Along with creating fanciful stories to explain Josephine's unusual change in temperament, Ann Baker took an unusual approach to establishing the name "Ragdoll." Instead of registering it with the traditional cat breeding associations, she trademarked the name, set up her own registry – the International Ragdoll Cat Association (IRCA) – and enforced very strict standards for anyone who wanted to breed and sell cats under the name of Ragdoll. The breed essentially remained in her "possession," until a rebel group broke rank with the IRCA, with the goal of establishing mainstream recognition of the breed. Today, the Ragdoll is accepted by all major cat registries.

Ragdolls display a distinctively docile, affectionate, relaxed, almost "floppy" nature, along with high intelligence as well. The extremely relaxed temperament of some individual cats has led to the myth that the breed is pain-resistant, but this myth has no basis in fact, and the cats should never be treated as if they feel no pain. What IS true is that the breed appears to have no "fight or flight" response, and has been reported on occasion to approach fast-moving cars and vicious dogs, with very unfortunate results. This tendency explains further why these cats should remain exclusively as indoor cats, only going outdoors for short periods of time with the owner's supervision.

The Ragdoll is one of the largest domesticated breeds of cat, with a large frame, a sturdy rather squarish body, and relatively short legs. Full-grown females can weigh between eight and fifteen pounds, with the males being substantially larger: from twelve to over twenty pounds! The same genes that produce the vivid blue eyes are also responsible for the lovely point coloration. The breed has a plush coat that is comprised mainly of long guard hairs and not much undercoat, so there is little shedding and matting, making the grooming care of these cats simple and easy.

"Pointed" coat coloration means that the extremities are darker than the rest of the torso, like the Siamese. There are three different patterns for the point coloring of Ragdolls. "Colorpoint," with the points on face, ears, tail, and legs being dark, with a light torso, is one. "Mitted" cats have points that are darker than the torso, but front feet with white "mittens" and back legs white to their hocks, with a white blaze between the eyes, a white "belly stripe," and a white chin.

"Bi-colored" cats have points, but they are obscured on all four legs by white that goes up to the knee or chest in front, and to the top of the back legs. They also have an inverted "V" on the face, with a white abdomen, and sometimes with white patches on the back.

There are six predominant colors of Ragdoll: seal (with brown points), blue (with gray points), flame (with orange points), and pastel shades of the same colors, producing chocolate, lilac, and cream points. There is also the “tortie point” – a blending of any two of these colors, and always female – and the “lynxpoint,” with the classic striping of a tabby only appearing on the points. Like Siamese, all Ragdoll kittens are born white, and gradually darken to develop their early color at 8-10 weeks of age, and their full color at 3-4 years.

These cats are very beautiful, with a coat that is luxurious to touch, and a temperament that is very soothing. As they are placid in temperament, they make great companions for owners who may be less active, such as older folks. They are known for getting along beautifully with other pets, and are great cats for households with children, as they almost never scratch, and are so relaxed that they can endure the rigors of being handled by small children.

One breeder totally in love with this breed raved about the Ragdoll's wonderful personality. She said that these cats will follow you around, greet you at the door, watch TV with you, and take an interest in any activity you are performing, without being irritating and intrusive, as some breeds can be. "Personality plus" is how she characterized the Ragdoll.

She added, "They are here to adore us and for us to adore them." She emphasized how they can be easily trained to come when called, fetch, walk on a leash, and follow hand signals. They like everything and everyone, and are happy to be introduced to guests. This breeder believes that the Ragdoll is quite likely the very best breed for children and the elderly, since they are slow-paced, non-aggressive, and sweet-tempered. They rarely use their claws, thus are considered to be "soft-pawed." They should never be de-clawed, since there is no need for this.

Content to just enjoy your company, the Ragdoll is a very easy breed to maintain. Once-a-week brushing is adequate, a process the cats often relish. They are not prone to any particular genetic diseases, and the only health tendency of any concern is that they are somewhat likely to develop allergies. They have super-sensitive noses, and can react badly to strong scents like pot-pourris, for example.

Ragdolls are quiet cats, unlike many other breeds such as the very vocal Siamese and Bengal. They will let their needs be known at mealtime, but they never make a lot of noise. They love to snuggle and sleep with you, but will not disturb you in your sleep.

With an average lifespan of fifteen to eighteen years, the Ragdoll makes a marvelous addition to any household that wants a beautiful, relaxed, and loving feline companion. However, a word to the wise: Ragdolls are "like potato chips" – it is hard to have just one!

With thanks to:
www.wikipedia.com
www.Breedlist.com
www.squidoo.com
www.tbrcc.co.uk.com

Is the Ragdoll affectionate?

The Ragdoll is very affectionate; in fact one of the most loving of cats. They are a breed that particularly likes to be cuddled, and will enjoy lots of attention from you. They are often described as puppylike in their level of devotion and how they will follow their owners around.

Do Ragdolls meow a lot?

The Ragdoll does not meow a lot, actually they barely meow at all. They are one of the quietest of cats. Though they love attention, and being with their owners, they tend to not be very talkative, and only make noises if they are particularly hungry

Can Ragdoll cats go outside?

The Ragdoll can go outside, but only in a limited way. Because of their softer and more trusting nature, they can be overwhelmed in outdoor situations, and more susceptible to predators. Ideally the Ragdoll should only go out under supervision, and in a secure space.