We are a small, loving, and caring cattery living the dream of being able to raise and work with this amazing breed. We treat our cats with love and respect as if they were our children. They are NEVER caged, but instead they roam freely in our home, claiming our beds, couches, or one of their many cat condos as a place to cat nap. We are very passionate about the Ragdoll breed and strive to promote and maintain the Ragdoll breed standards.
A kitten from Ragdolls Colorado means you have a happy, loving and healthy family member that was treated with love and compassion from the day it was born. Our mission is to raise each kitten in a loving, clean and respectful environment.
We are currently located in the Parker area (South East of the Denver Metro area.), about 35 minutes from the downtown Denver.
From birth each Ragdoll Colorado kitten is hand raised, socialized and loved! During labor, we support each queen throughout the entire process, assisting when needed as well as cleaning the kittens and the birthing area. We may also bottle-feeding kittens when necessary.
We begin the socialization process around 4-5 weeks, this is when the kitties start climbing out of their birthing boxes. Between 5-6 weeks, they are running, playing on cat condos and scratching post, always curious with their new surroundings.
After 5 weeks, the kitties are transferred to a larger enclosure where they learn to drink from bowls, eat from plates and how to successfully use the litter box. All the while they are being held, kissed, cuddled, and handled daily by our family.
Additionally, we introduce the kittens to daily household routines including vacuuming, mopping, cooking, watching TV and sleeping with our family.
Each one of our cats is screened for FeLV/FIV testing, fecal testing, respiratory testing, etc. Additionally, our cats receive top quality dry food and HOMEMADE organic raw food to improve and maintain healthy lifestyles. They also receive annual examinations and vaccinations from a licensed vet.
Each of our Ragdoll kittens are rehomed around 12-14 weeks. At 3 months of age, the kittens are well socialized and have developed their own immune system. So you know, you are getting friendly and healthy kittens for your home. This age requirement is not only the industry standard, but it is also in the best interest of the kitten. During the first 3 months of their lives, they are still developing emotionally, mentally, and physically. By waiting until they are ready to leave the nest, you are avoiding any potential problems that typically associate with an early separated kitten.