Ragdoll kittens for sale near me
Ragdoll kittens for sale near me have 2 Ragdoll kittens who will be looking for new homes in march
Our babies do not leave before 12 weeks
They will have first and second vaccination / microchip
Treated for fleas and worms from 4 / 8 weeks
Bathed from 4 weeks
Our babies are for indoor homes only
We can provide references for Ragdoll kitten me from previous buyers our kittens are well bred and healthy
If interested please send us a message with some information about yourself and we can provide more information about ourself and our Ragdoll kittens
Viewings from end of January
Ragdolls were first bred in the 1960s by Ann Baker, a Persian breeder in California. Some of the original stock consisted of sturdy, free-roaming cats. It is thought she created the foundations of the Ragdoll breed by selecting kittens out of Josephine, a semi-feral longhaired white female Persian/Angora type, sired by several unknown male Birman-like or Burmese-like cats, one with Siamese type markings. Out of those early litters came Blackie, an all black Burmese-like male and Daddy Warbucks, a seal point with white feet. Daddy Warbucks sired the founding bi-colour female Fugianna, and Blackie sired Buckwheat, a dark brown/black Burmese-like female. Both Fugianna and Buckwheat were daughters of Josephine. All Ragdoll cats are descended from Ann Baker’s cats through matings of Daddy Warbucks to Fugianna and Buckwheat.
By selecting individuals with the look and temperament she wanted for her breeding program, Ann Baker created the standard Ragdoll type. Denny and Laura Dayton are credited with bringing the Ragdoll breed to worldwide recognition by various cat registration organizations. What is known is that this breed was selectively bred over many years for desirable traits, such as large size, gentle demeanour, and a tendency to go limp when picked up.
Please not the 2 bad reviews I have are from ladies who missed out on a silver cross pram and are not happy about it