Ragdoll Babies For Sale

  • October 7, 2020 12:50 am
  • Bristol, England

We are proud to announce our girl Pumas and our boy Binxies litter of 6!

1 girl, 5 boys which will be ready to go 14th of October at 9 weeks.

Puma is a Chocolate point Ragdoll with the sweetest and most loving Ragdoll temperament as well as an amazing mummy. She follows you around, talks to you as well as loves cuddles and kisses all the time. She is a stunning example of the breed with gorgeous deep blue eyes like a Ragdoll has.

Binxie is our Stunning Seal mitted bi colour Stud and beloved fur baby. He is a big gorgeous boy with the sweetest baby like personality, loves to be the centre of attention and to be carried round like a little baby.

He is PKD and HMC clear, very healthy strong boy.

Kittens are kept in a room where they are allowed to roam free and play with each other and all their toys. Fed on Royal Canin kitten wet pouches as well as Royal canin kitten dry food and Royal canin mum and kitten dry food (which mum was also fed during pregnancy and after for the babies best start).

Temperament is the most important as well as in socialisation which we pride ourselves as many owners of babies from past litters have highlighted how well socialised they are to kittens they have brought home from other breeders in the past. As our kittens aren’t scared of other cats and dogs as they are raised with them from birth as well as how well they bond with their owners constantly wanting cuddles, kisses. attention, watching tv and playing in doll houses As you can see in photos of Pumas previous litter.

Kittens will come with a 400g bag of Royal Canin kitten dry food when they leave to their forever homes.

We are doing viewings via FaceTime and WhatsApp for anyone interested as well as in person which will abide by social distancing regulations.

A £150 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your chosen kitten as we are on a first come first serve basis from initial inquires for viewings.

  • Microchipped : No
  • Neutered : No
  • Vaccinations up to date? : No