Creekcat Ragdolls is a small Ragdoll cattery located in Southern California in San Diego County, specializing in healthy Ragdoll kittens with sweet personalities. We have the traditional colors of Seal and Blue as well as some of the rare Lilacs and Chocolates.
Kittens are TICA and CFA registered and breeding adults are genetically tested for HCM. ALL breeding adults are Ragdoll HCM Neg/Neg. Genetic health guarantee included. Kittens are spayed/neutered before going to their new homes. Read why kittens can not go to their new homes until they are at least 12 weeks old http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html
Beware of BACKYARD BREEDERS. Their cats may end up sick, not have the Ragdoll temperments, many do not even look like Ragdolls. Backyard breeders often cover for poorly bred cats by calling them "rare." Minks and solid colored cats are NOT Ragdolls. Ragdolls have blue eyes - cats with aqua, green or odd eyes are NOT Ragdolls.
Want to find out more about Ragdolls? Enjoy this information about Ragdolls from Animal Planet www.animalplanet.com
This is where Sonny chooses to take a nap - because it is the perfect size for him???
Thank you, Chris, for the picture.
Website updated November 11, 2015
Our Ragdoll cats have it all. They are raised in our home and are socialized with other cats, dogs, and kids. They will greet you at the door, some like to play fetch, and most are fascinated with water.
Our kittens are healthy and come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee. All are TICA/CFA registered. Breeders are HCM tested and all are neg/neg. Ask me about HCM if you do not know about it.
Creek Ragdoll cats are from wonderful lines that contain many champions in CFA and TICA. We lovingly raise our kittens in our home. Each kitten is loved and handled from the time it is born. We even have a Grammy cat who helps the younger mothers with the babies.
More Pictures on Best Ragdolls Facebook Page
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
"This cattery has NOT been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc."