addition, claws help a cat jump and retain their balance. Trimming a
kitten’s claws is simple. We trim the babies’ claws on a regular
basis and they soon learn to accept this procedure as routine. They
have grown up with various scratching posts and climbing toys and
have been taught to use them instead of our furniture although you
will have to show them what you expect in your home. These cats are
smart and want to please their owners. For more information on declawing go to:
Our cattery is registered with TICA, CFA,
and ACFA. Pet buyers will receive a registration for their kitten
with one of the above registries. If a kitten is not registered as a
Ragdoll, then the chances of it being a Purebred are
doubtful. You are entitled to registration papers and should inquire
about this from the breeder before buying a kitten. Unfortunately,
when a breed becomes popular and in high demand, there seem to be an
abundance of unethical breeders selling anything to anyone. Beware
of “cheap” Ragdolls and get to know your breeder.
forward to hearing from you. We love to talk
about our “Dolls” and to answer your questions.
You can contact us by email,
[email protected]. Thanks for your interest in this breed. Once you own a Ragdoll, you will wonder how you ever got
along without one!