Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Arizona | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Arizona

If you’re looking for a list of Ragdoll cat breeders in Arizona, 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 Arizona | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Cottontail RagdollsPhoenix, AZ 85021509-279-4030https://www.cottontailragdolls.com/
Razmataz RagsCave Creek, Arizona480-202-7751https://razmatazragdoll.com/
Isadora DollsTucson, Arizona520-906-4466https://www.isadoradolls.com/
Jags Rags AZQueen Creek, ArizonaNAhttps://www.jagsragsaz.com/
Lexes DollsArizona520-748-9163http://lexesdolls.com/
Arizona House of RagsWaddell, AZ 85355602-397-7331https://azhouseofrags.com/
Broadway DarlingPhoenix, AZ602-620-0928https://broadwaydarling.com/

Cottontail Ragdolls

Address – Phoenix, AZ 85021

Phone – 509-279-4030


Razmataz Rags

Address – Cave Creek, Arizona

Phone – 480-202-7751


Isadora Dolls

Address – Tucson, Arizona

Phone – 520-906-4466


Jags Rags AZ

Address – Queen Creek, Arizona

Phone – NA


Lexes Dolls

Address – Arizona

Phone – 520-748-9163


Arizona House of Rags

Address – Waddell, AZ 85355

Phone – 602-397-7331


Broadway Darling

Address – Phoenix, AZ

Phone – 602-620-0928


TICA and CFA Certifications

While not a complete deal-breaker, it’s nice to see breeders with professional certifications – it’s like a stamp of approval that you’re dealing with a responsible and ethical breeder.

Two of the certifications and organizations that you should keep an eye out for are:

The International Cat Association (TICA) – TICA was founded in 1967 and is the world’s largest and oldest association for cat enthusiasts and breeders. It has over fifty years of experience in registering purebred cats from all over the world.

The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) – Founded in 1906, the CFA is the largest purebred cat registry in North America. They’re devoted to the advancement of purebred cats and provide some excellent resources.

Additional Resources

There is no shortage of enthusiastic Ragdoll owners out there, you just need to know where to look!

A good place to start is Reddit, one of the largest online platforms for people with shared interests to hang out and share information.

The Ragdoll community is pretty big. It had 25k+ members at the time of writing this. If you have any questions as a new – or expecting – Ragdoll owner, it’s a great place to ask.

Another resource I wanted to share is AdoptaPet.com. AdoptaPet is a good choice if you’re not able to find available kittens from the above breeders, or if you just want to adopt a Ragdoll in need of a home.

There is nothing wrong with adopting a new kitten. But there is something very rewarding about giving an older cat a new home and a higher standard of living.

What Is the Average Price of a Ragdoll?

The average price of a Ragdoll kitten varies a lot depending on where you buy it, how old it is, and if it’s pedigree.

For example, looking at a couple of California breeders, the cost for a kitten is around $1,000. While I have seen them going for around $500 in some other states.

That said, I’ve looked at the pricing for several breeders, and here is the best estimate I can give you:

Type of RagdollApproximate Price
Household Pet$500+
Specialist Coloring$1,500-3,000+
Show Quality$2,000-3,000+
Purebred Quality$2,000-3,000+

Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?

Ragdolls get a bad rap for being high-maintenance when they’re really not. I think this is due to the fact that they’re often seen as show cats, and they’re big cats.

If you want to show your Ragdoll, then yes, it’s going to be high-maintenance getting them into show condition.

For a household pet, however, Ragdolls are low-maintenance. You do need to brush them regularly, as you do with most cats.

This is the extent of the hands-on maintenance though. In fact, Ragdolls are known for being very laid back and not demanding a lot of attention.

They’re ideal for quieter homes for that reason. They don’t like a lot of noise and foot traffic and are happiest curled up on a lap on their favorite spot to sleep.

Do Ragdolls Make Good Pets?

Many people seem to think that a Ragdoll would make a great pet and they become attached due to how cute they are.

They are certainly adorable and fluffy, but are they right for you?

Some of the things you should consider before taking on a ragdoll cat as an addition to your house family is whether or not you have kids and other pets.

Generally speaking, they make great pets for families with kids, but they are not a good choice for all children.

They can be very playful and boisterous, but they can also be a bit clumsy at times.

Some young kids may be a little intimidated by them or find them too rough to play with because of their size.

Another thing you need to think about is whether or not your ragdoll will get along with the other cats and pets in your house.

They are a large breed of cat and are active and energetic. That said, as long as you introduce them to your other pets correctly and your other pets aren’t too old and fragile, it should be fine.

If you have space in your life for a lovable, cuddly creature – and who doesn’t? – you’re in for a real treat!

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:

MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
Pennsylvania South CarolinaTennesseeTexas

Image credits – Header Photo by Leonsa, Ragdoll photo by Kanashi on Unsplash

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