One is never enough...
Hi there, I'm Caroline and I'm based in Chirton Grange, North Shields which is near Rake Lane Hospital in Tyne & Wear.
All kittens are registered with the GCCF (Governing Council Of The Cat Fancy). Breeding adults are all HCM (Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy) tested clear for known HCM Ragdoll gene. You can see these results upon request at time of viewing.
Cats and kittens live indoors full time with my family in a variety of different spacious accommodation settings (pictures and videos coming soon). Stud boys have their own quarters in the form of a summerhouse that is attached to my home. You can view all cats on day of viewing apart from any nursing mums and new kittens as they will be tucked up cosy in my bedroom.
As cats are obligate carnivores I feed raw food to all my cats and kittens where possible. If you have any questions regarding food please don't hesitate to ask.
It is of the utmost importance that you chose the right kitten whether it is from myself at Purraggy Ragdolls or from another breeder. I always advise if you decide to go elsewhere to please ask to see copies of both parents HCM tests and also ask to see GCCF Certificate. If it states Non-Active, walk away as that cat has been sold as a pet and may be a reason why its been sold as a pet.
You can find me on Facebook and my page is Purraggy Ragdolls
Here you will find reviews from previous and current owners.
I also have a group Purraggy Family where people can share pictures / videos and people are then able to see relations to their own Purraggy furbaby. Please to join my group. Id need to have spoken to you eitjer via my contact me page, email or via facebook.
I have 1 additional black and white rescue cat who i rescued, she has been spayed before 6 months of age. This makes sure there is no out crossing in my lines. We also have been adopted by anothee bkack and white moggy who turnes up and gave birth under my office. She has been spayed by cat protection on a TNR order. Now she lives in my office away from all my ragdolls incase of diseases.
The boys are separated from my girls to make sure no inbreeding can take place.
TBRCC (The British Ragdoll Cat Club) and GCCF registered Ragdoll Cat breeder.