Updated: October 11th, 2020
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Our pet kittens are $2800 and our show quality kittens are $4000. Show quality kittens can go without any show agreement. We require a $1300 to be placed on our waiting list or to reserve a specific kitten. Kittens are all spayed/neutered prior to joining their forever homes.
At this time we have no kittens available. We have just opened our pet waiting list for our two October litters and we do expect it to fill fairly quickly.
The following litters are expected/planned with their waiting list noted:
TICA RW SGC Hush Money Eleedolls x KozyRags Frida of WillowTreeRags – Expect Bicolors in Blue & Seal- Born October 9th, 2020, ready to join their forever homes after January 1st, 2021.
If you are interested in one of our future kittens, contact Mable at email@example.com
We also have a Show/Breeder waiting list established. We urge you to contact us if interested in a Show/Breeder from us.
As the Ragdoll becomes an increasingly popular breed, there are many Ragdoll breeders out there that are inferior. Please make sure you’re working with a reputable breeder who puts the time, money and effort into showing their cats, DNA testing as well as screening their breeding cats for genetic health diseases. Find a breeder who breeds to better the breed and not just breeds for pets. These breeders often times do not even know anything about the Ragdoll standard or the breed, despite advertising “Supreme Grand Champion lines” (which is not exclusive, very general and misleading as most Ragdolls have at least one Supreme Grand Champion in their pedigrees if you dig deep enough… this says nothing about the quality of Ragdolls a breeder has been breeding for following generations). If you’re looking for a pet, we highly recommend the following ethical local breeders to contact: www.kozyragdolls.com (Kaylene or Linda- Mansfield MA).
For more information please e-mail Mable at: WillowTreeRags@verizon.net.
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”