Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Massachusetts | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Massachusetts

If you’re here, you’re looking for Ragdoll cat breeders in Massachusetts or places where you can find Ragdolls near you.

I’ve done some research and put together a list of breeders in the state of Massachusetts that are currently breeding Ragdolls (at the time of publishing this).

I have also included some additional resources to help, in case you can’t find what you’re looking for from the list below or a breeder locally.

Good luck, and happy kitten hunting!

Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Massachusetts | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Cuddle Rags CatteryNew England, MANAhttps://cuddlerags.com/
OhLittleOnes RagdollsMethuen, MA 01844NAhttp://littleragdolls.com/
Radiant Rags Ragdoll CatteryMalden, Massachusetts339-224-0417http://radiantrags.com/
Baby Blue Eyes RagdollsMassachusettsNAhttps://babyblueeyesragdolls.com/
LordsnLadies RagdollsMelrose, MA781-665-8955http://lordsnladiesragdolls.com/
Rhetorical RagdollsMassachusettsNAhttp://rhetoricalragdolls.com/
Willow Tree RagsSoutheastern MassachusettsNAhttp://willowtreerags.com/
Lotta RagsBillerica, MANAhttp://lottarags.com/

Cuddle Rags Cattery

Address – New England, MA

Phone – NA


OhLittleOnes Ragdolls 

Address – Methuen, MA 01844

Phone – NA


Radiant Rags Ragdoll Cattery

Address – Malden, Massachusetts

Phone – 339-224-0417


Baby Blue Eyes Ragdolls

Address – Massachusetts 

Phone – NA


LordsnLadies Ragdolls

Address – Melrose, MA

Phone – 781-665-8955


Rhetorical Ragdolls

Address – Massachusetts

Phone – NA


Willow Tree Rags

Address – Southeastern Massachusetts

Phone – NA


Lotta Rags

Address – Billerica, MA

Phone – NA



Address – MA

Phone – 508-813-6411


TICA and CFA Certifications

You may have seen some breeders saying they are TICA and CFA certified. This is an extra stamp of approval that they registered their cats and are maintaining a high standard.

Here’s what these organizations mean:

The International Cat Association (TICA) is a major player in worldwide cat registries. Founded in 1967, TICA was created as an alternative to the American Cat Fanciers Association (which used mixed breeds to register their cats).

TICA 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) is a non-profit, international organization devoted to the advancement of purebred cats through breeding, showing, and educational programs.

Founded in 1906, it is the largest purebred cat registry in North America. CFA has more than 300 affiliated clubs in North America and has offices on both coasts of the United States.

How Much Do Ragdoll Cats Cost?

It’s always difficult giving a rough estimation of how much any rare or exotic breed of cat costs.

There are a number of factors that contribute to the cost, and the cost can easily vary by several hundred dollars.

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+

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.

Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?

The answer is no, not really. Unless you want a show-standard cat, of course.

Most owners consider ragdolls to be low-maintenance cats. Although, I do have to say that there is more grooming involved than with a regular shorthaired cat.

Generally speaking; Ragdolls have very silky coats and have long hair that will require combing/brushing 2-3 times a week.

They also require 12 hours of daylight – this is so they can stimulate their daytime “feed me!” hunting instincts by chasing things in the house or outside.

Let’s not forget that they are cats though. A little brushing, plenty of food, some playtime, and you’ll have a happy cat on your hands.

Are Ragdolls Good House Cats?

Ask any owners and they’ll tell you that Ragdolls make excellent pets. Unlike some other cats, Ragdolls are docile and gentle – which is a huge plus.

Many pro-Ragdoll commenters say that these cats are great because they’re affectionate, aren’t known to destroy furniture, and are intelligent.

It’s also their ability to adapt to busy households which works for a lot of people. In fact, generally speaking, Ragdolls prefer busy environments.

They thrive on attention and are very playful as kittens. The only real downside – if you can call it that – is that their coats need regular brushing.

If you’re like me and you like to keep cat hair and dander to a minimum, you might want to buy a good cat brush and a couple of lint rollers.

There’s one thing that can be beaten though, and that’s the love and affection Ragdolls give out.

If you’re after a lap cat, a best friend, and a new addition to the family, then they are a 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:

MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
Pennsylvania South CarolinaTennesseeTexas

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

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