News – Ragdoll Kittens for Sale in CA


Have you seen the new ads on tv with the sweet little faces of puppies that are neglected by their owners?  So, sad – such sweet puppies.  DO NOT BE SUCKERED IN BY THESE ADS.  ASPCA IS A HORRIBLE ORGANIZATION.  Ok – no more caps, but can you tell I am passionate about this?  Check it out before giving one cent to them –

Here an example of one of the many posting about the ASPCA :

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals … › organizations › american-society-for-the-pr…
It felt as though the animals were being used for fundraising, rather than using funds raised to help the animals.” Despite having $115 million in contributions in 2013, the ASPCA only found homes for 3,400 dogs and cats, according to its annual report. That’s a cost of $34,000 per animal adopted.
and this:
The independent watchdog CharityWatch finds that ASPCA spends up to 35 percent of its budget on overhead, and 38 cents to raise every dollar, giving the organization a middling “C+” rating. Charity Navigator calculates that ASPCA spent a whopping $52 million on fundraising in 2012.

Lots of kittens

Shop around because we have some excellent end-of-the-season prices.  Make sure your kitten comes spayed/neutered, with at least 2 shots, and TICS registered.  Ragdolls have blue eyes and are a pointed cat.  Minks, solids, sepia are outcrossed with other cats and are only part Ragdoll – don’t be folled by the word RARE.  If they are rare it is because they can not be shown in TICA or CFA and are not recognized as true Ragdolls.

More pictures are coming tomorrow – so check back and see how I am doing with my website skills – LOL.