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    Available Kittens   

 

   Our kittens cannot have visitors until after their 8 week old vet checkup and vaccination.






ELVIS

Seal sepia male - On hold for Diane





 Nursery News!  Our Isabella and Oliver welcomed babies on September 10th. 
Kittens should be ready to go home the beginning of December.









GEMMA

Seal bicolor female - Reserved for Alice and Simon





 




GABRIEL



Seal lynx bicolor male - Reserved for Christine and family


 







GIDEON


Seal lynx bicolor male - Reserved for Daphne














GINO



Seal point mitted male - Reserved for Arastoo & Banafsheh











GISELLA

Seal lynx bicolor female - Reserved for Marion

 





GRAYSON
 



Seal bicolor male - AVAILABLE





Kittens at 3 weeks old.












     Expected Litters  

Lola and Honey Bear
Celeste and Hunter





 Wish list with deposit 


Judy S. - kitten
Jessica W. - seal or blue point



   Adoption Information   



Our kittens are available around 12 to 14 weeks of age. They will be full examined by our licensed veterinarian, will receive age-appropriate kitten vaccinations and will be spay/neutered before the kitten goes to their new home.  You will receive a health record and a kitten starter kit.

  • Our ragdolls come with a written contract with a two-year genetic health guarantee and TICA registration paperwork. (Please read "Our Contract" page.)

  • If you are interested in a Briadolls Ragdoll kitten/cat, a deposit of $200 will reserve your kitten.  This deposit is non-refundable, should you change your mind, but can be applied to another kitten.  The deposit is applied to the purchase price of your kitten.

  • I do not declaw any of my Ragdolls.  Declawing is a painful surgery.  There are several alternatives to this procedure.  More information can be found at www.declawing.com.



    VERY IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AFTER YOU RECEIVE YOUR KITTEN!


  • We insist that you DO NOT vaccinate your kitten against the Feline Leukemia Virus or FIP vaccine.  As the FIP (feline infectious peritonitis) vaccine has a low effectiveness, it may very well cause the disease you are trying to prevent.
  • We also insist that you DO NOT give the RABIES vaccine in combination with any other vaccine.  Rabies when given should be at least 2 weeks apart from any other shots.

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