Welocome to Heavenlyrags Ragdoll Cattery. We deliver kittens to Washington, Idaho, and Oregon. Delvery is free as long as we can plan the trip along with a cat show or a visit to our family. We are located in North Idaho, close to Spokane Washington.
Our main objective is to offer beautiful, healthy Ragdolls with sweet temperaments for adoption to loving pet homes with families that will love and cherish them all their lives. Kittens are born and raised in the house as part of the family. They are cuddled, kissed, lovingly handled, and adored every day. Kittens are placed in order of deposit.
KITTEN NEWS: The Kings and Queens are having a fantastic summer. We are all enjoying our new house to the max. Ragdoll kittens were born June 6. We are so excited to welcome the new kittens. Go to the Ragdoll kittens available page for updates. Check back often for photos and updates on the new kittens.
All Ragdoll kittens come from Champion lines and are registered with The International Cat Association. Showing is a very important part of insuring the very best results and maintaining the written Ragdoll standard. Our cats are negative for the HCM DNA Ragdoll gene that causes heart failure in Ragdolls.
The Ragdoll is a large affectionate, semi-longhaired cat with captivating blue eyes. One of the largest breeds in the cat fancy. The Ragdoll gets along well with children and other pets often living up to its name as it gets carried around the house in a child's arms. Our Ragdolls follow us from room to room, greet us at the door, and play fetch like dogs. These healthy cats and kittens have no extreme features and blend easily in to the busy modern household.
For more information about Ragdolls go to Cats 101 on The Animal Planet. It is worth taking a little time to watch before adopting a Ragdoll.
Here is information on vaccinations. I am seeing a lot of vets give feline leukemia shots. In my opinion there is no need to give this shot to indoor cats and accept the risk that come with it. UC Davis vaccination protocal. Our cats have been tested negative for feline leukemia.