Last week – no kittens to be found? Check back. Buyers have canceled for one reason or another. Kittens that were held back for a show career may now be available. New babies are getting spayed or neutered and will be ready to home soon. We have kittens – lots and lots of kittens and I’m sure you can find what you are looking for.
Look at this adorable kitten! Talk about unique – he is a colorpoint which means his feet are the same color as his ears and tail and that he doesn’t have any white on him. Some breeders never get colorpoints and those that do, get only one or two a year. So, hurry and give Mary a call before someone else scoops him up. http://www.furrealragdolls.com/
Don’t you want to hug this cutie???? Right????
We have kittens. Plan ahead! If you are looking to adopt a kitten for your family to enjoy this summer, this is the time to contact a breeder so you can take into consideration vacation plans. Our kittens go home at 12 weeks old and if you need to have the kitten held for a week or two until you are home from vacation, this is the time to be working with your breeder.
It is with great sadness that I share the news of the passing of a Ragdoll Breeder and dear friend, Patti Reins. Patti has been showing her cats and selling sweet kittens for many years. We will all miss you Patti.
Rare Ragdolls with papers!
Beautiful Solid, or Mink, or Sepia RAGDOLL!
No – Nope – No Way – Not REAL Ragdolls! These claims are misleading and often just not true. These cats are not Ragdolls. Ragdolls have blue eyes and are a pointed breed. Not green eyes, not gray eyes, not turquoise eyes. Cats with eyes those colors or that are mink, solid or sepia can NOT be registered as Ragdolls in CFA and can be registered (a glitch in the system that was set up years ago and now is difficult to fix) in TICA but can NOT be shown as Ragdolls.
Now I love cats. I have a rescue now (lived under my bed for over 3 months – LOL). As a child we had barn cats. All cats are great in their own way BUT do not get tricked into paying huge amounts of money for these cats. People (breeders?) selling those cats are really in it for the money. They can not guarantee that their kittens will not get HCM, much of the time they do not even know what is in the cats background.
So, beware – if the breeder does not show her cats and does not tell you the truth about those cats with green eyes, do not pay more than a couple of hundred dollars to cover spay/neuter and shots. Those are the people that are giving good breeders all over a bad name. YIKES!
Please call any breeder on California Best Ragdolls and they will be able to answer any questions you have.
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A few kittens left. A few older ones we held back for a variety of reasons (for example we really liked them and had a hard time parting with them – yep, it happens all the time even if we have been breeding for 15 – 20 years) which are offered at a reduced price – they need their new family.