We recently had a small litter of kittens and they have now all been reserved/sold. We are not expecting to have any more kittens available. Our waiting list has now been closed.
There is a huge demand for Ragdoll kittens and we would urge anyone looking for a kitten to only rehome one from a registered breeder, either registered with The British Ragdoll Cat Club, or with another bona fide club.
We are really pleased that our gorgeous Blue Cream Tortie girl has gained her Premier Title, at just 13 months of age.
She is a very pretty girl with a super personality, friendly and mischievous, and is winning over the judges. Next show, here we come….
We were out at the show yesterday for the first time with our lovely Blue Tortie girl, Peaches and Cream. Everyone loved her, but who wouldn’t!
She finished with 1st in her class and a Premier Certificate, and with 2 other firsts, 2 seconds and a 3rd in her side classes. Nice to know that the judges like her too.
We really do love to hear news from new owners as to how their kittens have settled and especially to receive photos so that we can see how they have developed. One particular kitten that we hear from regularly is Kantial Xylo, who has recently reached his first birthday. What a beauty he is turning into!
From 8 weeks to 3 1/2 years! How he has grown! Always good to hear how our kittens progress and to receive photos of them as adults!
Sadly our original ragdoll, Bailey, the face of Kantial, finally passed away earlier this month. He was a great example of the breed, with beautiful blue eyes and a beautiful nature to match. He was the smallest rather than the ‘best’ in the litter but we chose him because of his stunning blue eyes, which were the best! He rewarded us with 15+ years of love and cuddles. He is sadly missed.
Dawnmist had her first litter of really good sized kittens in April, and she has been a really good mum. Paddington, a lovely blue colourpoint boy is staying with us as a potential new stud cat.