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

 Nursery News!  Our Ella and Hunter welcomed kittens on March 12th.  These babies should be ready to go home in June.


Seal mitted mink male - On hold


Seal mink male - AVAILABLE


Seal bicolor mink female - AVAILABLE


Seal mitted sepia mink female - AVAILABLE


  Litter Announcement!  Our Zara and Hunter welcomed a bundle of kittens on March 1st. 
The babies should be ready to go home the end of May.


Blue point mitted mink male - AVAILABLE


Seal lynx bicolor mink male - AVAILABLE


Seal lynx bicolor mink male - AVAILABLE



Seal lynx bicolor mink female - AVAILABLE


     Expected Litters  

Tessa and Honey Bear (cinnamon point)
Coco Chanel and Honey Bear (cinnamon point)

 Wish list with deposit 

Carolyn C. - male or female
Jennifer J. - mink female

   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.


  • 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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