Ragdollsnw specializes in Mink, Sepia, Traditional Ragdolls and a few Ragamuffins

Hornibrd@yahoo.com 
Ragdollsnw.com 
503-307-4389 Texting preferred                                                                                                          
Located in Salem, Oregon
Kittens by Kimberly (Friend's kittens)

About Ragdollsnw

Ragdolls NW is a small breeder of Ragdolls specializing in Mink and Sepia kittens as well as Traditional colors. I have also been working on adding chocolate, lilac, red, cream, and smokes in both Ragdolls and Ragamuffins. If you are interested, keep checking the website. I will post updates when new kittens are expected. My 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 and Ragamuffins are wonderful family cats. They are very easy-going and they can be terrific with kids and other animals. I have 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, depending on the kitten.

Learn about Ragdolls

What is a Ragdoll cat? TICA Ragdoll Description
What is a Ragumuffin cat? CFA Description 
Want to know why your kitten should be 12 - 14 weeks to go home? Kitten development
Ragdoll History Ragdoll Historical Society
Ragdoll Colors and Patterns Color and Patterns
What is a Mink or Sepia Ragdoll? Mink and Sepia are color patterns. 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. I have two male Minks, 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, including the Mink and Sepia colors, and extremely friendly personalities - all found in the Ragdoll and Ragamuffin cats. Below are some pictures of a Mink Munchkin adult. Tonka is a Mink Munchkin raised in my Munchkin cattery several years ago. You can see her striking color! I included her picture so you can see the inspiration for my current cattery. I just love her color.

My Home with Cats

I have been remodeling my home for the past few years to make it work well for my cats and for me. I installed tile floors throughout my home for ease in cleaning and disinfecting and have had several outside cat patios built so that we share indoor and outdoor space.

These are pictures of the 16' x 16' cat patio I had built so that the cats would have a nice outdoor space. They love hanging out there, watching the squirrels and climbing the wire up to the shelves.

I had a large outdoor run built off the other side of my home. This run connects to indoor spaces. This run is a nice big space, with shelves up high so the cats can watch the world go by.

503-307-4389 texting preferred or hornibrd@yahoo.com