Happy, Healthy, Well-Socialized New Family Members






Our Ragdoll kittens are bred for a sweet and loving temperament. They are purebred registered with both the CFA and TICA registry associations. We strive to retain the fun loving enthusiasm without being overly exuberant. This breed is both affectionate and playful. At home and in command of all situations, whether it be a photo shoot or your cocktail party full of "interested guests" our Ragdolls shine in any circumstance.

These kitten's lovely coat do not tangle. Shedding is minimal, grooming is greatly reduced, meaning less work for you. We raise seal, blue, chocolate, red (flame), tortie, and lynx point, in color pointed, mitted and bi-color patterns. We even have F-4 flame/tortie and lynx point Ragdolls.


Possibly one of the most playful and outgoing of the long haired breeds contact us about what makes owning a Ragdoll so special. We are "Code of Ethics" members of Ragdoll International, Ragdolls USA, and RFCW, but hold ourselves to the even higher standards of the European Ragdoll Organizations and have had a Board Certified Cardiologist test our cats with a Color Doppler Echo-Cardiogram - Additionally ALL Breeding Parents have been DNA tested as NEGATIVE for both of the 2 variants of the gene for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy as well as a panel of other cat genetic diseases. This is important to know this before mating when you value raising Happy, Healthy, New Family Members !


Having more than 32 years breeding experience, we will provide you with a Ragdoll kitten that is the most healthy and pleasurable addition to your family possible.


At the top of CFA's list of the most
popular cat breeds for 2018 is the Ragdoll.


True to its name, this cat with big, beautiful, blue eyes and a plush coat is known for being affectionate and loves being held like a, you guessed it, "rag doll." This breed will follow their humans and curl up with them. Ragdolls are easy sweet and well-behaved cats that are perfect for families and owners leading busy lifestyles.


Now, it would be impossible to definitively title the ragdoll as "the most affectionate breed in the world," because that's a totally subjective title. But ragdolls were specifically bred for their docile nature, and for the fact that they actually seem to enjoy human company.



According to the Cat Fanciers Association, the ragdoll is a fairly new breed — it was developed in the 1960s from a population of feral cats in a Riverside, California neighborhood. The pioneering members of the ragdoll breed were selected for their temperament as well as their appearance. The first ragdoll litters had an unusual quality — they were so relaxed that they would go limp when picked up, like a ragdoll, hence the name.



Not all ragdolls flop, but they do have a calm and quiet demeanor and most of them are truly affectionate, almost approaching dog-like in personality. Some ragdolls greet their owners at the door and follow them around the house, and some can even be taught to play fetch. Ragdolls play with their claws retracted, and they also like to cuddle.


A ragdoll will happily climb into bed with you, too, so if you don't like cat hair in your blankets you might want to stick with a breed that bites ankles and shows the butt whenever you're feeling the need for feline affection.


These are photos of my kittens and cats These should help you confirm the differences in colors and markings at different ages and life stages and help to give you a better understanding.


I raise only a select few kittens each year and could not give them all the individual love and attention they deserve if I did have all of these kittens available at any point in time.


Please contact me if you find one or more of the kitten photos interesting, we will try and be the Purrfect Matchmaker !




My vet at Armistead Animal Hospital, Dr Bev Silkey, asked where I got Chelsea from. She just loves the Ragdoll breed, and adores Chelsea. She says that Chelsea is so well behaved and loving.


Susan & Bill Brown


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All other photos are our own bred cats and kittens.

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