RagdollsNW.com RagdollsNW1@yahoo.com 503-307-4389
Ragdolls NW Specializes in Mink, Sepia, and Traditional Ragdoll Cats
Located in Salem, Oregon
Available Kittens: Scroll Down
Dylan is my Mink Ragdoll male and father to kittens here at RagdollsNW.
He is extremely friendly and has gorgeous eyes.
He wakes me up with snuggles first thing every morning.
His kittens are extremely mellow and sweet-natured.
THE QUEENS OF RAGDOLLS NW
Misty is a Bluepoint Mink girl Betsy is a Mink Mitted girl
Lilly is a Lilac Sepia girl Silver belle is a silver girl
Rainy is a Blue Sepia Lynxpoint girl Betty is a Chocolate Mitted Lynxpoint girl
Payment: Contact me to make sure the kitten is still available. A deposit of $250 will hold your kitten or you may pay in full. Cash is preferred. Your kitten will be available between 12 and 16 weeks, depending upon the kitten. Kittens generally run from $850 for Sealpoint kittens to $1300 for Mink and Sepia kittens.
Kittens can be TICA registered and papers are available upon proof of spay or neuter. All parents have been tested and are FELV/FIV negative, and have been screened for HCM and PKD. Parents are from http://ragdollkittenscats.com/, the only Ragdoll cattery to receive the 2015 TICA Outstanding Cattery Award. I have been very pleased with the parents and am looking forward to more beautiful kittens!
Valentine's Special: $100 off one kitten, $200 off two kittens - until the end of February!
Sepia Classic Tabby Lynxpoint female - $1100
DOB 7/24/2016 - She is a sweetheart! - very affectionate
Mink Lynxpoint Mitted boy - $1400
Sepia or Mink Blue tabby girl - $1100
Sepia Classic Tabby girl - $1100
Mink Female - $1200
Mink Tabby Male - $1100
Blue Mink Male - $1100
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Will be the color of Sterling - scroll down to see Sterling
Lynxpoint Mitted Female - $850
DOB 8/16/2016 - super purry, friendly girl!
-------------Kittens and Cats below this line are SOLD-------------
Mink boy - SOLD
Bluepoint Mitted Boy - SOLD
Seal lynxpoint girl - SOLD
Seal lynxpoing girl -SOLD
Blue Mink female - Sold
Mink boy - Sold
I'm thinking this boy will look a lot like his daddy.
Betty's Litter: DOB 3/22/2016 - All sold
Sealpoint girl Lynxpoint Girl
Sealpoint Mitted boy Sealpoint Mitted Mink girl
First pics: Betty had a litter of five. Four decided to pose for a family photo but the Mitted boy was off wandering.
Top left: Seal Mink boy - Sold
Top Right: Sealpoint girl - Sold
Bottom left: Seal Mink girl - Sold
Bottom right: Seal Lynxpoint girl - Sold
Absent from family photo - to the right - Seal Mitted boy - Sold
(I purchased my Ragdolls from http://ragdollcatskittens.com/ and have raised my prices to be more in line with their prices)
Misty's Litter - she had 6 kittens! DOB: 4/17/2016
Mother is Misty (Bluepoint Mink) and Father is Dylan (Sealpoint Mink).
Left to Right: Mink boy -SOLD, Sealpoint girl - SOLD, Bluepoint boy-SOLD, Bluepoint Mink boy -SOLD
The Mink boy should look like Tucker or Tinker below
The Bluepoint Mink boy should look like Sterling below
The Sealpoint girl should look like Flynn below
The Bluepoint boy will look like Flynn except his points will be lighter (blue) in color
Left to Right: Bluepoint boy, Bluepoint Mink boy, Mink boy, Sealpoint girl
Updated Pictures Taken 12/28
The Blues Brothers (L to R - Blue Mink, Bluepoint) Crying the Blues
Sealpoint girl and the Blues Brothers (L to R - Sealpoint, Blue Mink, and Bluepoint; Sealpoint)
Mink boy - how about that face!
Updated pictures taken near the beginning of February
Blue Mink boy Sealpoint girl
Bluepoint boy Mink boy
Mink Colorpoint Male: SOLD
Mink Colorpoint Male: SOLD
Blue Mink Colorpoint Male: SOLD
Colorpoint Male: SOLD
DOB: 9/28/2015, Available 12/21
Mitted Lynxpoint Female: SOLD
ABOUT RAGDOLLS NW
Ragdolls NW is a very small breeder of Ragdolls specializing in Mink and Sepia kittens as well as Traditional colors. There will only be a few litters each year. If you are interested, keep checking the website. I will post updates when new kittens are expected.
The Ragdoll cats are my pets and have very sweet, loving personalities. The cattery is a closed cattery and I try to be careful about keeping the cats and kittens healthy. Ragdolls are wonderful family cats. They can be terrific with kids and other animals. I have two small dogs so kittens are used to small dogs. Kittens are well-socialized and have learned to use a litter box and scratching post. Kittens will be available to go home between 12 and 18 weeks.
Learn about Ragdolls:
What is a Ragdoll cat? Read the TICA Breed Profile
Wondering why your kitten can't go home earlier than 12 weeks? Excellent article about kitten development by Fanciers Breeder Referral List
Where did the Ragdoll cat come from? Ragdoll History
Why is the cat named a "Ragdoll" and what is a "RagaMuffin"? Ragdoll Facts and Myths
Information about Ragdolls: The Ragdoll Connection Network
Ragdoll colors and patterns at Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide
What is a Mink or Sepia Ragdoll? Mink and Sepia are colors. The body color of the Mink and Sepia colors are darker and richer than the traditional Ragdolls. Minks will have aqua colored eyes, while Sepia eye color can vary more. Traditional colored Ragdolls are born white and develop their points as they grow, while Minks and Sepias are born darker. My male is a Mink, and several of the females are Mink, so they can produce Sepias, Minks, and Traditional colored kittens.
My Story: Several years ago, I raised Munchkin cats. I found that my favorites were colorpoints and especially, the minks. Below are some pictures of Tonka, a mink Munchkin from my cattery. I love cats that are super-friendly, and the Munchkins were very sweet, friendly cats. A fellow cat breeder raised Ragdolls, and as I learned more about them, I came to love them as well. They have the wonderful dispositions, floppy personalities, and come in the colorpoint colors that I love. In addition to health, I am now focusing on my two favorite characteristics - colorpoints, especially the Mink and Sepia colors, and extremely friendly personalities - all found in the Ragdoll cat. Below are some pictures of a Mink Munchkin as a kitten and then as an adult.
Tonka: a Mink Munchkin raised in my Munchkin cattery several years ago. You can see her striking color!
(I do not raise Munchkins any longer, just focusing on Ragdolls. I included these pictures so you can see the inspiration for my current cattery. I just love her color and my brother has her brother. He is a very dramatic Mink color with gorgeous eyes.)