Information/Our Cattery

Ragdoll Kitten and GirlDr. Jennifer, DVM, has been a licensed small animal veterinarian for 21 years. Every day she examines every cat to ensure healthy kittens. Everything recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Association of Feline Practitioners is done to ensure you a happy and healthy pet.

Our queens are kept in private maternity wards from about two weeks before they are due. This cuts down on the stress of childbirth. All of our breeding cats are DNA tested for HCM at U.C.-Davis, as well as screened regularly for heart disease, kidney disease, Felv, FIP, FIV, and internal/external parasites.

The kittens are socialized on a daily basis with other cats, dogs, and children. In this homey environment they are part of our family — we do this so they will fit perfectly into your home! Our cats are never caged and are an important part of the family.

Ragdoll kittens are born white. After 10 days their color and pattern slowly starts to show. Ragdolls mature slowly and it may take up to 3 or 4 years before they have reached their full size, weight and pattern coloring. Ragdoll kittens are outgoing and affectionate, with puppylike temperaments. Their fur is low-shedding, plush, and silky, with less allergens than other cat breeds.

2015-09-18 09.04.47(1)Our beautiful kings are housed in large Honeymoon Suites in our house, so they don’t need to be caged. Spraying is part of the breeding process in cats, so our suites have melamine walls and a sealed concrete floor to make sure we can all live together happily and odor free. Most people don’t realize the time and effort that goes into being a responsible breeder, but we do everything to be sure our cats are healthy and happy!