Ragdoll Cats & Ragdoll Cat Breeders

The Ragdoll is a very popular cat breed with blue eyes and a distinct colourpoint coat. It is a large and quite muscular semi-longhair cat with a soft and silky coat.  The breed was developed by American breeder Ann Baker in the 1960's.  Ann bred a domestic longhaired white female that had kittens with traits that were very endearing.  The kittens were very affectionate, docile and placid, and had a tendency to go limp and relaxed when picked up.  This tendency to go limp is where the name ''ragdoll'' actually came from.   Ann selected individuals with the traits she wanted for her breeding program - large size, gentle demeanour, the tendency to go limp when picked up, as well as the striking pointed colouration. 

 

Ragdoll Cat temperament

Ragdolls are well known for their affectionate and placid nature, and for being a true lap cat.   They are said to be more interested in humans than some of the more aloof breeds, and are described as puppy like, much like a loving, loyal, indoor dog.  They love to be where you are, they follow you around, sit on your desk while you work on your computer, will be waiting for you at the door when you arrive home, and love to snuggle up with you in bed.

 
Ragdolls are known to be social cats, who typically get along well with other pets, and quite gentle when they play.  Overall, Ragdolls are well behaved, make excellent additions to the family and have become one of the most popular cat breeds. 

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The ideal home for a Ragdoll Cat

The ideal home for a ragdoll is with an individual or family that loves animals and can show affection and care.  You would need to be willing to learn and understand the needs of this loving Breed, which includes keeping them indoors.

 

How much space & exercise do Ragdolls need?

Ragdolls are social cats and would prefer to spend time indoors with you and the family, rather than roam outdoors. They may appreciate supervised time outside from time to time.  A cat enclosure or taking your Ragdoll on a walk with a lead provides additional enrichment and keeps them safe. They don’t need large spaces and could do well in apartment living. While they may have a short burst of energy from time to time, they will then likely just flop on the sofa or floor. Like all cats, Ragdolls will appreciate you extending their ‘vertical’ environment. Perches, cat trees and any shelf up high provides a perfect resting place for your Ragdoll.

 

Ragdoll grooming 

The Ragdoll’s semi-long coat is plush and soft, and like other longhaired breeds, requires grooming to keep it looking its best.  They should be combed on a regular basis (at least a few times per week) to find and remove any loose hair or tangles.  Grooming should always be a positive experience for your Ragdoll – start by sitting with your cat on your lap and stroke and pat it, then gradually introduce the comb or brush. Alternate patting your cat with brushing until they are used to the brushing experience. Concentrate on grooming your Ragdoll more often on the change of season from Winter to Summer, as they lose their winter coat.  Ragdolls will shed their coat, but don’t appear to moult as much as some other semi long hair breeds. 

 

 

General facts about Ragdolls

 

Ragdoll Cat size

The Ragdoll is one of the largest domesticated cat breeds, second only to the Maine Coon.  They have a sturdy body, large frame, and proportionate legs, and an average-size adult Ragdoll will be 23-28cm in height.   Ragdolls are fully grown at 4 years of age, with a significant difference in weight between males and females.  A fully-grown female weighs from 3.6 to 6.8 kg (8 to 15 pounds). Males are substantially larger, ranging from 5.4 to 9.1 kg (12 to 20 pounds) or more.    

 

Feeding your Ragdoll kitten

Kittens grow rapidly, generally reaching their skeletal maturity between 10 to 12 months of age. It is important to ensure they are fed a high quality, complete and balanced kitten diet  throughout this period to support healthy growth and development. It's important to be mindful not to overfeed your kitten in the first year, as excess weight can impact on their bones and joints as they grow.   Monitoring their weight once or twice a month is recommended, and if unsure, speak to your veterinarian.

 

 

Ragdoll Cat colours

There are a number of colour variations and coat patterns in Ragdolls.  Ragdoll kittens are all born white; they have good colour at 8–10 weeks and full colour and coat at 3–4 years.  The genes for point colouration are responsible for the blue eyes of the Ragdoll.

 

Ragdoll colour variations

  • Blue (dark bluish grey),
  • Seal (dark brown)
  • Lilac (is noticeably lighter shade of blue/grey with a slight pinkish tinge)
  • Chocolate (chocolate brown)
  • Red ( like most red cats)
  • Cream (is noticeable lighter shade of red)
  • Tortie (blue, seal, chocolate & lilac)
  • Tabby (blue, seal, chocolate & lilac)


 
Ragdoll Cat coat patterns:

Colourpoints: Colour on paw tips, tail, ears, and face. Keeping in mind a colourpoint has a darker shade of colour over its body.
 
Mitted: A mitted cat has white on its paw tip, white on its rear legs, and a white chin and chest. The ears and tail remain coloured as in the colourpoint.
 
Bicolour: Bicolour cats have white paw tips, white on its rear legs, and white on its chin and chest. Bicolour cats have a white inverted “V” on the lower part of the face. The body of a bicolour ragdoll may be mostly white with splashes of colour or with solid colour covering the body.

 

 

Ragdoll Cat - Blue Lynx Point

Ragdoll Cat - "Tiger Lily" Blue Lynx Point or Blue Tabby Point

Ragdoll Kitten - Blue Bi-Colour

Ragdoll Kitten - Blue Bi-Colour

 

Ragdoll Cat - Blue Bicolour

Ragdoll Cat - "Duchess" Blue Bicolour

Ragdoll Cat - Blue Point Male

Ragdoll Cat - Blue Point Male - "Grayson"

 

Ragdoll Cat - Seal Point

Ragdoll Cat - Seal Point Male

Ragdoll Kitten - Blue Lynx Point

Ragdoll Kitten - Blue Lynx Point

 

Potential health issues in Ragdoll Cats

There are some conditions that Ragdolls may be at greater risk of developing including:

Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) - the most common form of heart disease in cats.  While HCM can occur in any breed, the genetic mutation that causes the development of HCM in Ragdolls and Maine Coons has been identified and a DNA test is available for these breeds.  An echocardiogram (an ultrasound of the heart) can also confirm whether a cat has HCM.   Cats with HCM should be removed from breeding programs.


 
Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) is an inherited disease in Persian and Persian-cross cats. PKD causes multiple fluid-filled cysts on the kidneys. It has also been diagnosed in British Shorthairs, the Exotic Shorthair, Scottish Folds, Birmans, Ragdolls, and Himalayans. It is a slowly progressive, irreversible disease.

 
There are genetic tests for PKD and HCM. Always ask breeders if their breeding cats have been DNA tested clear, and if you can view the DNA results.  Some breeders will have tested and established that their cats are clear by parentage or over a number of generations.  

 
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) can affect all breeds.  Cats who are infected with FIV may not show symptoms for many years. Although the virus is slow-acting, a cat's immune system is severely weakened once the disease takes hold.  FIV is primarily spread by cats fighting, most commonly via saliva (and biting) during fights between undesexed (intact) males.  Keeping cats indoors is the best way to prevent exposure. A blood test can diagnose the presence of the FIV and vaccines are available to help protect your cat.

 
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus that can infect any cat breed. If the cat's immune system succumbs to the virus, it can lead to diseases which can be lethal.  FeLV can spread a lot more easily than FIV with transmission possible via salvia, urine, faeces, blood, and/or the mother’s milk.  As with FIV, undesexed male cats are most likely to contract the virus. Vaccines are available to help protect your cat.  

 
Please note that in order to guarantee that a kitten or cat is clear of these two viruses requires that all of the cats they have had contact with are also clear.  In addition, because FIV can be latent for many years, and FeLV requires two blood tests 3 months apart, ensuring the absence of these diseases requires that the breeder has a very sound understanding of transmission and testing requirements.  

 
A breeder can only guarantee that a cat or kitten is clear of FIV and FeLV at the time it leaves their premises, and prior to exposure to other cats.  If you already have a cat, make sure they're tested for both of these diseases before you bring a new cat or kitten home.  In addition, keep cats indoors, and make sure they're desexed.  FIV and FeLV are rare, but they are deadly and preventable. Speak to your veterinarian about the vaccines available.

 

This Ragdoll health information has been reviewed by Royal Canin veterinarian Dr Mina Hamilton, BVSc (Hons), MVS.

 

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Ragdoll FAQ's

 

Ragdoll Cat price - How much does a Ragdoll Cat cost?

In Australia you can pay anywhere from AU$1,800 to AU$2,600 for a Ragdoll that has Pedigree Papers from Pure Bred parents.  In the United States the price can range from USD$850 for a pet ragdoll - up to USD$2700 for a show quality cat.  Sometimes breeders will charge more for females because they are more expensive to desex.

 

Why are Ragdoll Cats so popular?

  • Ragdolls are easy-going, laid back and affectionate.
  • Ragdolls are big and cuddly - there's a lot to love!
  • Ragdolls are puppy-like, and their human-loving personality makes them a great pet for anyone that doesn't have the time and space for a dog.
  • Ragdolls are great with children and other pets.

 

Why are Ragdolls indoor-only cats?

Keeping cats indoors keeps them safe. Allowing your cat outdoors exposes to them to many dangers – these include but are not limited to encounters with cars on busy roads, getting into fights with other animals such as neighbourhood cats and dogs, and puts them at risk of contracting diseases such as viruses spread through fighting such as FIV. Ragdolls are a lot of things but they are not known to be street-savvy. Ragdolls are sociable and trusting which can make them even more susceptible to dangerous and unpredictable situations, as they are less likely to be cautious.  If you want your Ragdoll to enjoy time outdoors, they can be quite easy to train to walk on a lead so you can safely take them with you for walks outside, or you could consider a cat enclosure in your garden.

 

Can Ragdolls be left alone?

Ragdolls are very social and enjoy the company of their humans so their tolerance for solitude is lower than many other cat breeds.  If Ragdolls are left alone for long periods, or have very little interaction with their family or other pets, they may develop signs they are not coping such as being destructive or withdrawn. In your absence, ensure you provide plenty of enrichment for your Ragdoll to keep them busy through the day. 

 

Is the Ragdoll the breed for me?

If you're after a cat that is:

  • loves to be with people, 
  • is great with other pets and children.
  • Is long haired and you are open to regularly grooming your cat

then a Ragdoll could be a great choice for you.

 

If you like a cat that is talkative and active you might like to look at other breeds.  Bengals, Burmese, Ocicat, Siamese, Sphynx, and Tonkinese cats are all known for being chatty and more active than a Ragdoll.

 

Ragdoll fun facts

Ragdolls are intelligent cats that can be trained.  You can teach them games like “Fetch” where you through a small soft ball and they race to get it and bring it back.  They will also come when you call them by name, so give it a try!  Games are great fun and provide stimulation for them too.

 

Ragdolls are very quiet cats.  They are so quiet that for this reason, Realtor.com named them as one of the best cat breeds for apartment living.

 

All purebred Ragdolls have blue eyes.  While Ragdoll eye colour may have different shades of blue, ALL purebred Ragdolls have blue eyes.   If you see Ragdolls advertised with different coloured eyes - green or yellow, they are not a purebred ragdoll. 

 

Special thanks to Rebekah Darmody - Affinity Ragdolls - for help with this page and sharing gorgeous photos of her ragdolls.

 

References:

Birman Ragdoll Club

Ragdoll FAQ's

 

This content has been reviewed by Royal Canin veterinarian Dr Mina Hamilton, BVSc (Hons), MVS. Bringing home a new Ragdoll kitten? Learn more about Ragdoll nutrition here.

 

Search for Registered Ragdoll Breeders by specific location or by city below. You can also check our listings for Kittens for sale here

 

 

If you are a small scale registered breeder and would like to be listed here, just contact us or follow a few simple steps .

 

We welcome helpful comments and contributions to information about this breed by email or below...

Registered Ragdoll Breeders

Aberlady Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Sydney, NSW
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Aberlady Ragdolls is a well established breeder of Pedigree Ragdoll Kittens located in the Upper North Shore of Sydney. We have been selling kittens ... read more
Acadia Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - North East Victoria
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Hello cat lovers, it’s Anne and Ivan from Acadia Ragdolls. In 2015 my husband was very ill and to cheer him up we purchased our 1st ragdoll pet.  ... read more
Affinity Ragdolls - Ragdoll Breeder - Sydney, NSW
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I am committed and very passionate about all of my fur family, this is a passionate hobby and not a business. I love Showing and Educating people ... read more
AMBERGLADE RAGDOLLS Adelaide, SA
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My name is Elly and I am a hobby Ragdoll breeder registered with GCCFSA and am situated in the beautiful Adelaide Hills. We have been very successful ... read more
Amjance Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Somerset, Brisbane - QLD
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Amjance Ragdolls is located in the beautiful Somerset Region of Qld. We raise all our kittens in our house as part of our family, and each one is ... read more
Arohadoll Ragdolls
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Small family run cattery breeding the gorgeous ragdoll cat. Registered with the FCCV.
Our kittens are born and raised in our family home, and are ... read more
Ayaana Ragdolls
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Ayaana ragdolls is a family run hobby boutique cattery registered with NSWCFA. We are located in Dubbo NSW. We are very passionate about the breed ... read more
Azuldolls Ragdolls
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Im registered breeder with GGCVF 2578 for over 5 years all my furbabies are tested for HCM,PDK and feline cat aids. I bred beautiful pedigree ragdoll ... read more
Bajimbi Cats - Burmese, Oriental, Siamese, Ragdoll Breeder - Sydney, NSW
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Bajimbi is one of the longest established catteries in Australia. Bajimbi Cats are well known all over Australia and around the world for having won ... read more
BANACO - Ragdoll and Exotic Cat Breeder - North Kellyville, NSW
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We are hobby ragdoll and exotic breeders registered with NSW CFA (126369) and CFA USA that concentrating on breeding healthy and beautiful Ragdolls ... read more
Beacyblues Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder, Beaconsfield - VIC
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Hello my name is Carolyn,
I am a small registered breeder of Pedigree Ragdolls in Beaconsfield, Victoria. I am registered with GCCFV, Cardina Shire ... read more
Bilwon Classy Cats - Registered Cat Breeder - Cairns, Queensland
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Breeding pedigree kittens as loving pets and family companions. My cattery is located west of Cairns on a lovely acreage. All kittens come ... read more
BlackDiamond Ragdolls
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Small registered, ethical breeder focusing on health, socialisation, temperament and type with lifetime support. read more
Blueyerags Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - QLD
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Hello my name is Sharon,

I am a registered Pedigree Breeder of Ragdoll Cats and Kittens with Governing Council Cat Fancy Vic- moved to QFA - ... read more
Breeder SA
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Small cattery located in Adelaide Hills. Registered with GCCFSA Breed Ragdoll kittens who are bought up inside with family members Kittens are ... read more
Britblu Ragdoll Cattery
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Registered breeder of quality ragdolls since 2014. All breeding cats dna tested for HCM & PKD genes. Kittens raised in family with children and ... read more
Brodsta Ragdolls - Ragdoll Breeder, Geelong - VIC
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Brodsta Ragdolls are based in Corio, we are a small cattery. We have kittens from traditional lines as well as imported lines. All our kittens are ... read more
Canberra Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Canberra, ACT
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Canberra Ragdolls is a family run cattery of quality indoor Ragdoll cats. read more
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A small home style cattery for the love of beautiful blue eyed ragdoll cats. read more
Chochun - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Blayney, NSW
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Dogs
I have been showing and breeding shih tzus for 36 years and ragdolls for the last couple of years. read more
Crossfire - Ragdoll Cat Breeders Australia - Queensland
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A small breeder, living at Childers, Queensland. All Crossfire kittens are raised with German Shepherds. Please call Judith Hayton on 0404 416 177 ... read more
Divinity Dolls Pedigree Ragdolls
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Divinity Ragdolls: A small, family owned breeding cattery of Pedigree Ragdolls located in country . All of our Devine cats and kittens are raised ... read more
DOLCHINDOLLS - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - PERTH WA
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Dolchindolls is a boutique cattery located in Perth. The cattery is registered in COAWA. We only breed bicolor and tabby bicolor kittens now, the ... read more
Dollbell Ragdolls & Golden British Shorthair Cats
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Dollbell Cattery is a boutique family cattery located in Melbourne. We breed quality ragdolls, golden and classic British shorthairs. Our imported ... read more
Dolldelight - Ragdoll Breeder, Goulburn - NSW
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At Dolldelight we breed ragdolls for quality and temperament to provide you with a truly delightful new family member. Our kittens are raised in our ... read more
Dolljavu - Ragdoll Breeder
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Our aim is to breed gorgeous kittens in variety of colours and patterns to become a integral part of your home and life.
We are also one of the few ... read more
Empire Ragdolls and British Shorthair
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Empire Ragdolls and British Shorthair is a small ethical breeder registered with Ancats located in the Wollondilly shire in NSW.

We breed quality ... read more
Envydolls Ragdolls
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Small ethical registered breeder of Ragdolls. PKD and HCM DNA tested. Focus on Chocolate and O genes (Flame). read more
Floofydoll Ragdolls  - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Perth, WA
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Floofydoll Ragdolls are a small boutique cattery 30 minutes south of Perth. We specialise in breeding traditional, solid and mink ragdolls for health ... read more
Flossy Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Two Wells, SA
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Registered Ragdoll Cat breeder. read more
Fluffyballs Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Sydney, NSW
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Ragdoll/Exotic breeder located in Sydney. All imported lines. We concentrate on breeding sweet and pretty fluffy ragdolls & Exotics.
PM if ... read more
GOSSAMER RAGDOLLS  - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Adelaide, SA
Cats
Welcome to Gossamer Ragdolls of Adelaide where our cats are our beloved family members first and foremost, we are a very small cattery breeding for ... read more
Grathbrae Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Tyndale, NSW
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At Grathbrae we breed quality Ragdolls .... importing from all over the world... we believed quality breeds quality, hence kittens of top quality ... read more
Jaihaysco Ragdolls
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Jaihaysco Ragdolls is a small family run cattery. We love showing our studs and queens at regular shows around Perth. And also travel to show at the ... read more
Jimaline Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - DROUIN Victoria
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We are a very small family run cattery, we all have a great love of cats, all cats but especially the ragdoll. I believe once you have had a ragdoll ... read more
Jorgiaryan Ragdolls - Ragdoll Breeder - Adelaide, South Australia
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We are a small cattery located in the picturious Adelaide Hills. We breed beautiful blue eyed loving Ragdolls, and the beautiful Solid and Mink ... read more
KATIKDOLLS Ragdoll Cattery, Sydney
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KatiKDolls is a boutique Ragdoll cattery nestled in North Sydney, passionately managed by Katrina and Kim. We're dedicated to raising healthy, ... read more
Kdolls Ragdolls
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Preserving the true Ragdoll temperament. All my breeding cats have been DNA tested and HCM & PKD clear. My lines come from well known and ... read more
Kelanrowe  - Ragdoll Breeder - Newcastle / Hunter Valley, NSW
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Kelanrowe Ragdolls is a registered breeding cattery located in NSW. We are approximately 2 hours drive from Sydney, situated amongst the vineyards ... read more
LaLa Ragdolls
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Lala Ragdoll’s is located in NSW, in a small country town. We love everyone of our cats and our main priority is ensuring the health and well-being ... read more
Luxafel Ragdolls
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Hello, thankyou for visiting!
I am Susan of Luxafel Ragdolls. I am a small scale registered breeder with GCCFV and have owned Ragdolls for almost 20 ... read more
Mayflower Ragdolls
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We are a small cattery in kangaroo Flat we breed to improve this beautiful breed also import some beautiful cats to add to our lines. read more
Minkdolls Ragdolls
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Minkdolls are located in the South eastern suburbs of Melbourne ... out cats and kittens are family ... very well socialised .. love to sleep on the ... read more
MistyBaby Ragdolls
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I am a small hobby breeder of Ragdolls located in the Northern Suburbs of Victoria. I am a registered with the Governing Council of Cat Fancy.  ... read more
Mochi Ragdolls
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Mochi Ragdolls is a small but passionate ragdoll cattery, registered with Feline Control Council of Victoria. We had our first two ragdolls in 2018, ... read more
NellieBabies Ragdolls
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Cattery of NellieBabies Ragdolls has Beautiful Pedigree Ragdoll Kittens Available to the Right Genuine Buyers.
Be Mindful: Only a Pedigree Ragdoll ... read more
Nzuri Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Gawler, SA
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Breeder of 100%traditional ragdolls.
show/breeding/pets
read more
Pearlz Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Townsville, Qld
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We are dedicated to breeding true pedigree Ragdolls
All kittens will come with personalised pedigree papers. Registered With QICC affiliated with ... read more
Pedigree Ragdoll Breeder - Newcastle NSW
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My name is Yvette, and with my family we are a small registered breeder of exquisite ragdoll kittens. We raise our kittens in our home, so they are ... read more
Purrsace Ragdolls
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Although officially started in 2021, our breeding history predates the Purrsace brand back to 2018. Founded as a joint venture by Christel & ... read more
Ragdoll Breeder, Launceston, Northern Tasmania
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Lovegood Kittens is a boutique Tasmanian breeder of traditional and mink Ragdoll cats.
Kittens are raised within a loving home environment and are ... read more
Raggies Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Perth, WA
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Breeding Ragdoll kittens for temperament. All of our kittens are sterilised, vaccinated twice, microchipped and provided with a Pedigree and a ... read more
Ravera Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Wollongong, NSW
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"The Ragdoll Cat Is Truly Beautiful Inside & Out"

My name is Vera and together with my family, we have been dedicated and continue to specialise ... read more
Registered Ragdoll Breeder, Fraser Coast, Qld
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Registered Ragdoll breeder with 20 years experience, exporting overseas as well as across Australia. Health happy Ragdoll cats and kittens, ... read more
Reverence Ragdolls
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Reverence Ragdolls are located near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, approximately 90 minutes from Melbourne. We have been successfully breeding ... read more
Rivendoll Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Mandurah, Western Australia
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We are a small family cattery situated in Mandurah in Western Australia, dedicated to raising healthy, well socialised kittens completely content ... read more
RolyPoly Ragdolls - Ragdoll Breeder - Gold Coast, Queensland
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My name is Annette and I am the proud owner of a small boutique cattery located in the Gold Coast Hinterland. I have a small cattery as our cats are ... read more
Roxyrags Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder- Adelaide, South Australia
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Roxyrags Ragdolls - Registered breeder of quality Ragdoll cats. Breeding beautiful Ragdoll kittens for pets, showing and breeding. Roxyrags is a ... read more
Royal Harts Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Gold Coast, QLD
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Registered Breeders of Ragdoll Cats. Please contact us with any enquiries. read more
RoyalClaire Cattery - Lake Macquarie, NSW
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Ancats registered breeder of Russian blues, Ragdolls, British shorthair and Maine coons. Located in Lake Macquarie, NSW.

Our kittens ... read more
RoyalStellar Ragdolls
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Pedigree Ragdolls raised in a loving family home. The most stunning & beautifully natured Ragdolls. read more
Spotadoll Ragdolls
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Spotadoll Ragdolls breeds and shows quality Ragdolls. Having owned Ragdolls for over 15 years we have just started our breeding journey in 2021. ... read more
Stringybark Park Cattery - Ragdoll  &  Maine Coon Cat Breeder - Albury, NSW
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Stringybark Park Cattery is a boutique cattery that is located on the border of Victoria and NSW in Albury. Our cattery is based at our home where ... read more
Sumibo - British Shorthair & Scottish Fold Breeder - Perth, WA
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Kittens sometimes available! Kitten will have 2 x vaccinated microchipped and desexed please contact for more details. read more
Sunyara Ragdolls
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We are a small ethical breeder of quality Ragdolls located on a 5 acre property in rural South Australia. We are registered with the GCCFSA - ... read more
Surarags Ragdolls
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SuraRags is a small boutique breeder, breeding beautiful and affectionate ragdoll cats.

All our kittens are breed and raised in our family home. ... read more
Tambourah Ragdolls - Ragdoll Cat Breeder - Perth, WA
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Registered Breeder of Quality Ragdoll Cats for more than 20 years plus regular showing of Ragdolls with very good success also for many years. read more
Tigerpaws Bengals and Ragdolls
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Tigerpaws Bengals and Ragdolls are a small in home breeding program of quality Bengals and Ragdolls. read more
Tipasheena Ragdolls - Ragdoll breeder - Tewantin, QLD
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Tipasheena Ragdolls where champions are born. We are boutique breeders of the magnificent Ragdoll Cat and are situated on the Sunshine Coast, in ... read more
TOHVAH Ragdolls
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Located on our small family farm in Queensland, we raise our little beauties where they are well loved by our family and other pets.

Registered with ... read more
Willowface Ragdolls
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Willowface Ragdolls is located in the City of Ballarat breeding pedigree Ragdoll Cats registered with the Feline Control Council of Victoria. read more

 

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