Updated May 17, 2013
This beautiful little guy
is still available!
He is very playful & sweet
and will do great in a home
with other pets.
Pretty Kitty Taco is a Ryder/Allie Kitten
Featured on the cover of French Elle.
Taco is loved by Alise in NYC.
Thank you for your interest
and for visiting our site.
I am happy to answer any questions ...
Melissa B Keefer
H: (607) 724-5189
C: (607) 427-8106
We pledge integrity & honesty in all we do and
reserve the right to make final decisions regarding
the purchase of our kittens.
Our primary concerns are the health of our
Ragdoll babies & placing them in loving homes
with loving Ragdoll parents.
Interview with Jenny Dean
of Floppy Cats.com:
Jenny & her beloved Rags.
Thank you, Jenny, for the great work you
do to promote this wonderful breed!
My Mother's sweet Raggie, Flora.
Pretty Kitty Ragdolls specializes in beautiful blue eyes and seal and blue - pointed, mitted and bi-color, kittens in the traditional and Lynx patterns.
All of our Ragdoll Kings & Queens have been genetically tested by CatGenes, providing comprehensive DNA testing for better, healthier cats.
Results for our breeders can be found on the Kings & Queens page.
Please see www.catgenes.org for more information.
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Ragdolls are large, laid back, semi longhaired, "bunny furred" cats with captivating blue eyes. Because they lack the dense undercoat of other longhaired cats, they rarely mat, but should be brushed at least weekly. They shed, but less than other longhaired cats and usually with the seasons.
Their name comes from the tendency to flop like a Rag Doll when picked up. Kittens will sometimes exibit this trait, but the full Ragdoll flop is sometimes not apparent until around 8 months old. Feeling a Ragdoll melt in your arms is one of the best feelings in the world!
The Ragdoll cat is carefully bred to produce large, affectionate kitty companions. They are known to come to their names, run to greet you at the door, follow you from room to room and play fetch.
Ragdolls are slow maturing, reaching full coat color at three years, and full size and weight at four. Altered males will usually top the scale at 15-20 pounds; females are proportionately smaller and usually weigh between 10-15 pounds at maturity.
They are gentle cats and usually play without extending their claws. They are friendly and curious and blend in well with families which include children and other pets.