We are a small home-based cattery in North County San Diego. We have been showing and breeding our Ragdolls for about 16 years.
Many years before getting my first Ragdoll, I had been to a breeder’s home buying a Balinese kitten. He had a Ragdoll sleeping in a basket on his bookcase. After my Balinese passed away, my husband and I went to see and buy our first Ragdoll (my husband was an Apple Head Siamese fan). We got our first Ragdoll, Angel. A few short months later, we thought, oh yeh, we definitely need more of these!! We were off and running.
Creekcats Ragdolls raises TICA/CFA registered Ragdolls for show, breeding and as pets. Ragdolls are excellent pets for families, singles, kids, grandparents and yes, dogs! They help with homework, take over the dog’s bed, and keep your lap warm while you watch tv (they say petting a cat lowers your blood pressure – worth a try?).
Why get a Ragdoll instead of any other cat? Because they are the best cats ever! Ragdolls are bonded with their people. They want to help you with everything you are doing – they follow you around the house, sit on your keyboard if you are working on your computer, meet you at the door if you left without them, and they want to sleep on your bed. They are sweet, kid friendly, dog friendly, and various other animal friendly, cats. I have had cats my whole life and these are the best. To meet a Ragdoll is to love a Ragdoll.
About the Ragdoll Breed:
Ragdolls are a pointed breed. They have colored ears and tails and sometimes feet. Many people think of pointed as “Siamese” looking.
Be careful of websites that advertise kittens “ON SALE” or offer “RARE” Ragdolls. Accepted and recognized Ragdolls in Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) and The International Cat Association (TICA) MUST be blue eyed cats with points and with or without white.
Mink colors cats, often with aqua eyes or blue eyes, are NOT accepted or recognized and may not be shown as Ragdolls.
Solid colors, often with green or gold eyes are NOT accepted or recognized and may not be shown as Ragdolls. Don’t be fooled by people who claim their cats are registered Ragdolls – ask if they can be shown in TICA or CFA as Ragdolls.