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Rag-A-Bye Ragdoll Cattery
Located in Windsor Ontario Canada
You can contact me by
Phone (519) 948-5607  OR
   Email Me

I am not breeding Ragdolls at this time

But I do recommend RAGTOWN RAGDOLLS

Located in Essex Ontario 20 minutes from Windsor

Ragtown Ragdolls

Ragtown Ragdolls

Essex Ontario

20 Minutes from Windsor

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Seal Mitted female kitten available

Spayed  /   2 sets of shots   /   $650

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Kitten available



Traditionsl Seal and Blue Ragdoll Kittens and Ragdoll Cats.

Rag-A-Bye Ragdoll Cattery is located in Windsor Ontario Canada, Just 15 minutes over the border from Detroit Michigan. I am also just a short drive down the 401 from Toronto, Kitchener, London, and Chatham. Here you will learn all about Ragdoll Cats and Kittens and how you can acquire a Ragdoll kitten of your very own. You can view pictures of previous litters of Ragdoll kittens and see pictures of their Mom's and Dad's, as well as the pictures of Ragdoll Kittens or Adult Ragdoll Cats that are currently available for aoption.

Welcome to my Ragdoll Cattery.

I found my first Ragdoll Kitten on the internet when looking for a new cat to replace one that had previously passed on after 18 years.   Because I was away at work all day I decided that I had to have another cat so Gracie, my first Ragdoll cat, would have a play mate while I was away.   I enjoyed these little angles so much that I decided that I would like to try and become a breeder.   In 1998 I started my research and bought my first two breeding Ragdoll cats and started my journey.

My first Ragdoll kittens were born in 1999. My goal is to raise large and healthy Ragdoll cats for their beauty and temperament. .  Kittens leave my cattery between 12-14 weeks of age.   They go home with a little bag of Ragdoll goodies (Toys, lost of general information, food, kitten registration papers, health records, pedigree). All Ragdoll kittens have had 2 sets of shots before going to their new home and are already spayed/neutered NO EXCEPTIONS. Ragdoll kittens come with a health guarantee and a NO-DECLAW contract.

I occasionally have Adult Ragdoll Cats available.  They are either retired breeders around 2 to 5 years of age, or adult cats that are being re-homed because the current family is unable to continue to care for the Ragdoll Cat for various reasons.

My cattery is registered with as Rag-A-Bye with CCA (Canadian Cat Association) and CFA (Cat Fanciers Association), and registered as Raglyn with TICA (The International Cat Association). I also belong to RFCI (Ragdoll Fanciers Club International), RFW (Ragdolls Fanciers WorldWide) and the CANUSA Cat Club located here in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.   I only breed the Traditional Ragdoll Cat in colors of Blue and Seal. Ragdoll Patterns of Bi-Color, Mitted and Colorpoint.

Some Ragdoll History

What is a Ragdoll Cat?
The first Ragdolls were created in Riverside, California in the early 1960s by Ann Baker. It is written that a white Persian/Angora type cat named Josephine, with outcrossings to Birman and Burmese type cats started it all.

Click here ==> Ragdoll Beginnings for more information on Ragdoll Beginnings

What do they look like??
A Ragdoll is a pointed cat, meaning the extremities are a darker shade than the body, with lovely blue eyes. Large in size, it is typically heavy feeling when picked up with a strong muscular body. The coat is soft and silky. Because there is no undercoat, matting and tangling are non existant problems. Realistic weight expectations for males is between 14-18 pounds at maturity, with females being proportionally smaller.

The breed specifications include large boning with a wedge shaped face.   Tufts of fur are prominent between the toes and extend from the ears.   They all have blue eyes and come in three patterns which can occur in four different colors.   Their full color and development is not reached until they are 2 to 3 years old.   Ragdoll kittens are born white,   with their color and patterns starting to show when they're about 10 days old.   They have rabbit-like fur which can be medium to very long,   silky,   and never mats.   They shed very little and require minimum grooming.

What can you expect from a Ragdoll?

Generally speaking, a Ragdoll will adapt to it's new home relatively quickly. Most breeders take into consideration the owner's environment, i.e. other pets, children, and place a kitten with a compatible personality based on the needs of both kitten and owner. Kittens become used to "cat furniture" at an early age and are taught to sharpen their claws on this type of furniture, therefore, there is no need to declaw. However a cat scratching toy MUST be provided in order for this good behavior to continue

Ragdolls can be taught to play fetch and are a very responsive, loving cat. They are by nature, relaxed and love to have their bellies rubbed. They love to nestle in beside you when sleeping. They are not like most other cats in that they really are not aloof. They like to be with people. Often people owned by Ragdolls report that they have very little privacy since their cat(s) follow them everywhere. I often feel like the head of a parade since I rarely get to go anywhere without a "train" of cats and kittens.

As for being a lap cat, well, some can be, but remember this is a BIG cat, I believe they are more comfortable beside you or at your feet. That's not to say they won't use you as their "couch". They love to be groomed and if a toothbrush and kitty paste is introduced, they'll enjoy having their teeth brushed as well.
All in all, the Ragdoll is a wonderful companion cat, easy to care for, intelligent, inquisitive, playful, but most of all relaxed and easy going.

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Colours and Patterns

  Seal Point Body color may vary from fawn to warm brown. Nose leather and foot pads are dark brown.
  Blue Point Body color is ivory. Nose leather and paw pads are dark blue-grey.
  Chocolate Point Body color is ivory. Nose leather is burnt rose and paw pads are salmon pink.
  Lilac Point Body color is milk white. Nose leather has a lilac hue and paw pads are coral pink.

The colorpoints have the darkest colorations on the ears, tail, face mask and feet. The body remains a creamy white. A Colorpoint has no white.
Mitted cats display the same colors as the color points but with the addition of white front paws, "mitts" and white legs or "boots" on the back legs. They also have a white chin and chest which often looks like a fur ruff around the neck. The white continues underneath to the base of the tail.
  BiColor A bi-color pattern includes a white inverted "V" on the face, a white chest, front and back legs, with white spotting allowed on other parts of the body - excluding the points. Nose and paw pads are pink.
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