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Breeding update

We have now after 11 years made the decision to stop breeding.  We have thoroughly enjoyed raising these amazing cats and have met some lovely people during this time.   Breeding is very time consuming, and is expensive if done properly, and it also comes with both highs and lows, but it has been worth it.  We will really miss having those adorable kittens running round the house.

We still have a few adults who are staying with us, and one who we are still taking out to shows.   We would hope to always have one or two of these wonderful animals to share our home with.

Thank you to everyone who has rehomed our kittens and our adults, and we hope that you enjoy life with a Ragdoll or two as much as we do.

We do still have a couple of cats looking for new homes.  Please see our OLDER CATS page for details.






Now it is time for new hobbies, and some holidays.

Martina and Alan



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Generally Ragdolls get on very well together but every now and then, whilst individually being very loving and easy going, there is a clash of personalities, or they just do not get on with another house member. Unfortunately you can never guarantee that every one will be happy with whoever they live, although generally they do.

5 years ago a couple had two seal colourpoint female kittens from us who settled well into their loving new home.  In 2015 they  decided to add to their ‘family’, and rehomed two male kittens; a blue colourpoint and a blue bicolour.  Despite all of their efforts, rather then the kittens settling alongside the girls, they just do not get on at all.  They have been separated in the house, but this is not a long term solution.  The owners have therefore come to the very difficult decision to rehome one of the pairs as this will be better for the cats.

If you would be interested in rehoming either the two 5-year old girls, or the two 2-year old boys please contact us by email and we can provide you with further information about each of the cats.


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