If you’re looking for a list of Ragdoll cat breeders in Alabama, you’ve landed on the right page.
I’ve done the hard work for you and scoured the net to find breeders that specialize in Ragdolls – all you need to do is contact them to find out when/if they’re expecting litters.
Ragdolls are available in various colors and markings, make sure you know what your preference is if you have one.
I hope you find what you’re looking for, adopting a new kitten is one of the most magical and exciting experiences – good luck!
Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Alabama | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Genotype Cats||Tuscaloosa, AL 35405||NA||https://genotypecats.com/|
|The Mad Cattery||Wetumpka, Alabama 36092||334-590-7520||https://themadcattery.com/|
|RockinBlues Rags Cattery||Gulf Coast, Alabama||251-230-1522||https://rockinbluesrags.org/|
|Fancicat Farms Rare and Exquisite Ragdolls||Alabama||256-758-3496||https://www.fancicatfarms.com/|
|Sweet Beginnings Nursery||Alabama | Georgia | Tennessee||470-226-6040||https://ragdollssweetbeginningsnursery.com/|
Address – Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Phone – NA
Website – https://genotypecats.com/
The Mad Cattery
Address – Wetumpka, Alabama 36092
Phone – 334-590-7520
Website – https://www.themadcattery.com/
RockinBlues Rags Cattery
Address – Gulf Coast, Alabama
Phone – 251-230-1522
Website – https://www.rockinbluesrags.org/
Fancicat Farms Rare and Exquisite Ragdolls
Address – Alabama
Phone – 256-758-3496
Website – https://www.fancicatfarms.com/
Sweet Beginnings Nursery
Address – Alabama | Georgia | Tennessee
Phone – 470-226-6040
Website – https://ragdollssweetbeginningsnursery.com/
CFA and TICA Certifications
Two globally recognized organizations that demonstrate a breeder or a cattery is operating ethically and to a high standard are the CFA and TICA.
They have to jump through some hoops to be granted either of these certifications, so it’s certainly a stamp of approval.
Here is a brief background on each organization:
The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) – The CFA was founded in 1906 and is the largest purebred cat registry in North America. They provide some excellent resources and are devoted to the advancement of purebred cats like Ragdolls.
The International Cat Association (TICA) – TICA was founded in 1967 and is the world’s largest and oldest association for cat breeders, catteries, and enthusiasts. Purebreds go through a strict registration process confirming several generations of pedigree.
Average Price of a Ragdoll Kittens
It’s always hard to give an estimate of what you can expect to pay as the price of Ragdolls and most pedigree cats can vary so much.
Generally speaking, however, you can expect to pay somewhere in the region of $500-$3,000 for a Ragdoll kitten depending on the pedigree, colors, and some other factors.
To give you a better idea, here is a rough price guide:
|Type of Ragdoll||Approximate Price|
I thought I’d share some additional resources that I think will come in handy for some new or prospective Ragdoll parents:
AdoptaPet.com – AdoptaPet is an online resource that helps connect you with hundreds, maybe even thousands of rescues, shelters, and other places where there are cats in need of homes.
I’m not going to put any pressure on, but there is something rewarding about taking in an adult cat in need of a home.
Ragdolls on Reddit – There is a huge community (25k+ at the time of publishing) over on Reddit.
It’s a good place to make some friends, share cute pictures, and ask any specific questions you have.
Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?
If you’re looking for an easy-going, low-maintenance pet, a Ragdoll cat is pretty high up on the list of cat breeds that meet these requirements.
They do require some brushing, typically at least two times a week. But this isn’t a big deal and is a great way to bond with your cat.
Ragdolls do prefer attention and having someone around more than they do being left alone all day – but who can blame them?
As long as you are looking for a cat that will become a part of your family and spend time with you, Ragdolls are a perfect choice.
Are Ragdolls Good Pets?
Ragdolls are awesome pets! I’m not being biased, they really are.
Even if you prefer a different breed, it’s hard to deny that Ragdolls are cute cats. They also have the personality to match, so it’s a win-win.
The best thing about them is that they fit in with families of all sizes. They love affection, interacting with us, and are very playful as kittens.
In fact, the only downside to Ragdolls, if you can call it a ‘downside’ is that they need companionship and attention.
They’re not recommended as pets if you and everyone else is out all day and they’re left home alone.
Ragdolls do get lonely, and they can show signs of stress if they’re left alone for long periods.
They’re fine as both indoor and outdoor cats, but most owners report that their Ragdolls spend most of their time indoors or near the home when outdoors.
So, is a Ragdoll right for you?
It comes down to your personal preference. If you’re a cat lover, it’s hard not to adopt one of these cute-looking cats when you see one – and even harder if you’ve spent time with one.
If you have room in your life to give a Ragdoll some love, affection, and time, (which I’m sure you do) then they are the perfect choice!
Ragdoll Breeders Across the U.S.
If you didn’t find available Ragdolls that met your requirements from the breeders listed above, click any of the states below to see Ragdoll breeders in that state:
Image credits – Header Photo by Leonsa, Ragdoll photo by Kanashi on Unsplash