Current Available Kittens

Updated: October 7th, 2022

(The photo above is of past kittens… not available)

I will return your e-mail as soon as possible but please consider the sheer quantity of emails I receive per day as well as the popularity of the Ragdoll breed.

We will have just a few pet quality kittens available mid Nov through mid December and we have also opened our Spring/Summer 2023 waiting list.

We also have multiple show quality Seal Point Bicolor males from these litters available as possible Show Quality Altered Pets or Show/Breeders to ethical, approved catteries.

This boy is a show quality Seal Point Bicolor and is available as a show quality pet or potential show/breeder. He is a really well put together kitten and is a laidback and sweet boy. He is from Hushy’s final litter. He will be ready to go home mid/late November.

This boy is a lovely show quality Seal Point Bicolor. He is perfectly marked, with really wonderful deep blue eye color. He has a nice  body and great type/ears. He is super laid back and ready to go early November!

This boy is such a little hoot! He is smart and loves to entertain us. His eyes are a mesmerizing deep blue, he is perfectly marked and a beautiful kitten. His coat is shorter now but with some more maturity will be a lovely plush bunny coat. He will be ready to go mid November.

We require a $1500 deposit to be placed on our waiting list. Kittens are all spayed/neutered prior to joining their forever homes without exception. Please visit “Our Kittens Include” page for more detailed information on what to expect when bringing home one of our kittens.

Prices for our Kittens (reflects 2022/2023 increase if you are not on our waiting list as of Sept 22):

  • Pet Quality, $3000
  • Show Quality Pet, $4000 (no requirement to be shown, these kittens are typically perfectly marked or close to perfectly marked and meet the written standard enough to be successful when shown in the Ragdoll Alter class in TICA)
  • Show/Breeder, $5000+ (registered, small, cage-free, reputable breeders who’s code of ethics are in line with our own)

NOTE: We will be raising our prices in 2023 once our Spring/Summer waiting list has been fulfilled. The rising cost of care/supplies has made the decision for us.
For deposits we do accept Venmo, Zelle, PayPal and personal checks.

There is a particularly high demand for Ragdoll kittens and reputable Ragdoll breeders typically have a waiting list of 4-6 months minimum.

If you are interested in one of our future kittens, contact Mable at

Our Show/Breeder waiting list is separate from our pet/show quality waiting list. We urge you to contact us if interested in a Show/Breeder from us. Currently the waiting time for a Show/Breeder is approximately 8-12 months (females) and 4-6 months (males).

Payment Policy: Balances must be paid on a kitten at the time of reservation prior to the scheduled pick-up date for a litter via Venmo, Zelle, PayPal OR with cash on the scheduled pick up date for the litter (unless otherwise approved).


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: (Kaylene or Linda- Mansfield MA).

Thank you!

For more information please e-mail Mable at:

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”